Hungary supports the idea of creating an integrated EU energy market, but not price liberalisation until the smooth and efficient functioning of this market – said Minister of State responsible for EU Affairs Enikő Győri, after attending the meeting of the EU Ministers of European Affairs on 21 May 2013.
The laws of the European Union and its individual Member States should be brought into balance, with the various constitutional and political structures of members being respected, Minister of Foreign Affairs János Martonyi said May 21 at the international conference in Budapest, entitled “The Enforcement of EU Law against Member States”.
It is with utter shock and bewilderment that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary was informed about a statement published in the daily paper Metro in Brussels on 16 May by Mr. Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, stating that Hungary wants “to count Jews”.
The government has prepared its official position on the draft of the European Parliament (EP) report on the situation of fundamental rights in Hungary, presented early last week by Green Party MEP Rui Tavares – said the MFA Minister of State responsible for European Affairs to Hungarian journalists in Brussels.
Signing the Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine at the Vilnius Summit in November is also important for the future of the Eastern Partnership – said the Hungarian Foreign Minister at the opening of the 6th EU-Ukraine Forum in Budapest on May 13.