Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed a meeting of Hungary’s ambassadors on Monday in the foreign ministry. He talked about the challenges facing the country in 2023, “the most dangerous year”, the PM’s press chief said.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán outlined the challenges of 2023, the most dangerous year, to all of Hungary’s ambassadors at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on Monday morning, Bertalan Havasi, head of the Prime Minister’s Press Office, told MTI.
According to the terse statement, the Prime Minister first held a small meeting with foreign minister Péter Szijjártó and the Ministry’s leadership. He then briefed the ambassadors on the tasks for this year, which is marked by war, inflation and the dangers of migration, Népszava writes.
In his annual assessment speech on Saturday, Orbán said that 2023 would be the most dangerous year since the fall of communism. The reasons are the potential drift into the Russian-Ukrainian war and inflation.
Source: MTI, Népszava
Orban needs to realize that those who sit on the fence long enough will be inpailed by the fence posts.
Here we go (again)!
“Most dangerous”; “Danger”; “War”; “Hungary being dragged into war”; “EU is the enemy”; “Illegal migrants”; “Soros”, and etc, etc. Have I missed anything?
Where is the part where the PM declares that his governmet’s most urgent, first and foremost priority is to control our spiralling inflation, and to get it down to an accetable level?
Instead, we are told that it’s going to be even higher because of the EU and the war. And all the while other EU countries are already showing an improving inflation rate.
I wonder why the following line: “Do you feel lucky, ….?”, from Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry popped into my mind just now.