Viktor Orbán

Orban welcomes moves to impose cap on number of migrants

Austria's decision to limit the number of asylum seekers it will accept over the coming years represents a victory of common sense, says Viktor Orban.

The Hungarian prime minister told public broadcaster Kossuth Radio that the move was “a capitulation of dogmatic thinking to reality and common sense."

Orban suspects "leftist conspiracy" behind migrant crisis

Viktor Orban says "the tide of migrants from the Middle East and Africa may be part of a left-wing plot to pack Europe with sympathetic voters."

"I am not brave enough to speak about this in public with certainty, but you cannot get around imagining that some kind of master plan is behind this," the Hungarian prime minister told the Swiss magazine Die Weltwoche, Reuters reported.

Serbia is most stable country in Balkans - Orban

Hungarian PM Viktor Orban says there can be no solution for the refugee crisis without Serbia, "which has gained in importance over the past few months."

Orban, who was in Madrid for the summit of heads of state and government from the ranks of the European People's Party, yesterday on the sidelines of the meetings spoke with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, reports MTI.