Orban: Hungary "on good track"
The past four years of the government's work have taken Hungary forward, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said, addressing lawmakers on parliament's first autumn session on Monday. "The country is on a good track and has a future," he said.
"Naive politics brings with it a state of lightheadedness, and this is what causes trouble. This naivety in Brussels is the general state of affairs today," Orban said.
Instead of seeking a showdown, meaningful debates and a unified Europe are necessary alternatives, he insisted.