Szijjártó also responded to rumours about Boris Johnson's intention to get the Hungarian government to veto a possible Brexit extension.
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"He has to lie because he stole too much," read the sign that MP Ákos Hadházy held up before being mobbed by Fidesz MPs.
The Turkish president met the Hungarian PM in Baku on Monday at the summit of the Turkic Council.
Voter turnout is unusually high this year at Hungary's municipal elections, but it's difficult to tell who benefits.
Fidesz seems to have fumbled at the campaign's home stretch as they are forced into a rather unusual, defensive position.
Chief of Staff denies vetoing the EU's declaration, as Hungary approved of the final text as a compromise to preserve the unity of V4 and EU.
Objections of Hungarian diplomats delayed the declaration by the European Union condemning the Turkish military intervention in north-east Syria.
Magyar Nemzet writes about the alleged corruption ring in a Budapest district based on leaked audio footage, MSZP's local mayor denies allegations.
How do Hungarians outside of Budapest see the municipal elections?
Fidesz's mayor of Győr, Zsolt Borkai refuses to withdraw from election after footage of him having sex with an alleged prostitute on a yacht surfaces.
Police searched the opposition candidate's campaign centre two days after pro-government daily ran story assuming campaign law violation.
The prime ministers of Finland and Hungary discussed bilateral relations, a rule-of-law mechanism in the EU budget, the EU's enlargement, and Brexit.
"I cannot allow the European Parliament or anybody to cherrypick Hungarian politicians instead of the Hungarian people," said Viktor Orbán.
Nominees Trócsányi and Plumb rejected for a second time by JURI, Hungary's permanent representative to the EU is a possible new nominee.
The EP's legal affairs committee (JURI) rejected the Hungarian and Romanian nominees for the EU Commission. Hungarian nominee plans legal action.
Busy autumn for PM Orbán: The Russian President is set to arrive a week before Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Hungarian President ahead of UN Climate Action Summit: Hungary has a smaller responsibility for climate change
President János Áder stressed proportionality when it comes to climate change, while opposition delivered a proposed climate position to Áder.
Climate change brings new challenges to Central Europe as disease-carrying tropical insects find suitable habitats where they couldn't survive before.
In Central and Eastern Europe, the fight against climate change is overshadowed by a political goal that seems more important for the moment.
Request for the European Court of Justice to examine Hungarian judicial independence found unlawful by the Curia
Following complaint by the Prosecutor General, superior court says Hungarian judge's request to have his independence examined by the ECJ is unlawful.
Orbán divulges plans to Fidesz's elite: Nation-building, a weakening Germany, and rights of same-sex couples
The Prime Minister had set the course for Fidesz at the party's annual private meeting at Kötcse, Hungary.
The European Court of Justice was called to examine the ability of the head of the judicial administration to influence judges.
Meet the retired electronic engineer from Hungary who achieved international celebrity status because of an innocent stock photo session.
The Academy requested the Constitutional Court to annull the law stripping the Academy of their research network.
New OLAF report: Anti-fraud agency advises the recovery of almost 4% of Hungary's EU funds.
Orbán thinks climate change is left-wing trickery, an opiate of the West that threatens industrialisation, yet he is forced to acknowledge the issue.
How did Hungarian parties prepare for the elections?
Defence industry cooperation and the TurkStream natural gas pipeline could be on the agenda.
The German Chancellor and the Hungarian Prime Minister are set to speak at the ecumenical commemorative service in the Sopron Evangelical Church.
Viktor Orbán nominated a close friend, Miklós Maróth to lead the former research network of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. But who is he?
Our unofficial guide on how not to starve at the festival in 2019.
Can you still rent a tent? Do you need to bring your ID or passport? Can you buy cocktails by the bucket?
Fidesz MP calls for a boycott, pro-government site states the ads serve to "expand the homosexual meat market."
The European Commission's President-elect Ursula von der Leyen met Viktor Orbán in Brussels on Thursday.
Olympic bronze medallist Tamás Kenderesi is accused of groping an 18-year-old woman in a night club in Gwangju, South Korea.
Angela Merkel and Viktor Orbán will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic.
At Fidesz's Tusványos festival, Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán explained the ins and outs of his illiberal system.
Could the government solve Hungary's demographic troubles by throwing money at the problem?
The practices of judicial leaders' appointments and their ability to influence judgements through bonuses will be examined by the ECJ.
The artefacts were hidden under a pile of rocks stacked in the shape of a house.
The pendrive had the names, ranks, places and dates of birth, and other data of 1733 Budapest police officers.
Hungarian Telekom are selling their IT firm to 4iG, a company owned by former right-hand man of Orbán's close friend and oligarch Lőrinc Mészáros.
Research network to be supervised by new body with increased government influence, and financial framework will shift towards project-based funding.
Our colleague was trying to ask questions about the ongoing constitutional revision, but he did not get any answers.
The motivation behind the government's move to postpone judicial reform seems to have been only to play their international partners.
In the shadow of governing party Fidesz's growing homophobia, participants of the 24th Budapest Pride sent a clear message.
Winning in Budapest at the municipal elections could grant Fidesz the legitimacy needed for the planned overhaul of Hungary's constitution.
We caught Nikola Gruevski at the Budapest Metropolitan Court with our questions. He was more than reluctant to answer.
Former Macedonian PM previously sentenced to prison in his home country over corruption charges gets to stay in Hungary.
Hungary amongst four countries blocking EU carbon neutrality as Government prioritises utility price reduction program
Due to climate deal, "electricity bills of Hungarian families would rise by between 30 and 40%," the Hungarian government argues.
The government merges the independent 1956 Institute and its oral history archives into Veritas, an institute serving governmental memory politics.
Rescuers have finished placing the shipwreck on the barge that is set to take it to Csepel for further inspection. Four victims were recovered today, four are still missing.
We gathered the most common questions about the tragic accident on the Danube and tried to find answers.
Hungarian Government postpones the introduction of administrative courts due to international pressure
Deadly boat crash on the Danube: Divers forbidden from entering shipwreck despite plea from South Korean Defence Attaché
Director-General of the Hungarian Counter Terrorism Centre and the Defence Attaché of South Korea reveal details of the search operation.
Lacking economic purpose, Hungary's embrace of China's Belt and Road central to Orbán's foreign policy manoeuvres
What foreign policy reasons drove Hungary to cooperate with China building a costly and pointless railway between Budapest and Belgrade?
Hungarian authorities are preparing for a long search and rescue operation, as lifting the shipwreck from the Danube could take days or weeks.