A new regulation allows the government to purchase real estate in certain areas of Budapest, even if there already is an agreement between sellers and buyers, thus making the latter unsure about the successful deal. Details HERE.
Nick Thorpe, BBC’s reporter in Hungary, summarises in a lengthy article published on the website the story of the first Hungarian political thriller titled Elkúrtuk (“We screwed up”, English title: The Cost of Deception). Read more HERE.
Egypt is in need of support from European Union countries, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt told a press conference after meeting Visegrad Group leaders in Budapest today. Read more HERE.
Orbán told a press conference held jointly with Slovak counterpart Eduard Heger, Poland’s Mateusz Morawiecki, and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi that migration was much worse now than in 2015, and the EU could not cope without external allies such as Egypt, “one of the most obvious allies”. Details HERE.