Orbán accuses Brussels of Hungarophobia

Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, has said that his country and the European Union (EU) “could achieve great things together if Brussels mastered its Hungarophobia”. Speaking in Veszprém, Orbán inaugurated the ActiCity Dance and Movement Centre, part of developments for the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European capital of culture programme. Orbán thanked the EU for choosing Veszprém and Hungary but criticised Brussels bureaucrats for their “well-developed Hungarophobia”. He said Veszprém’s example was the exception, not the rule, and challenged the EU to define its purpose in the face of economic crisis.


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