Every Hungarian will be worse off if the EU should get weaker

“We should work to forge unity at the EU level in a way that is most favourable to Hungarian national interests. Each hour spent in a different way is a waste of time” – says foreign policy expert and deputy director of the Brussels-based Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) Botond Feledy. Why does he think that several countries wish to become China’s rich Trojan horse in the EU? One-on-one interview.

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“Karikó’s assertion cannot be refuted” – the director general of the Historical Archives of the State Security Services about the agent accusation

It was explosive news that Hungarian scientist Katalin Karikó, who played a key role in the development of vaccines using mRNA technology, confirmed that she had been recruited by the state security services in the late 1970s. The director general of the Historical Archives of the State Security Services (ÁBTL) tells our publication that Karikó’s “index card six” can indeed be found in their institution. What does this document reveal?

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“I do not see Arabs as enemies” – Israel’s outgoing ambassador about the Soros-billboards and the challenges ahead of the Hungarian Jews

An Arab can be a good citizen of Israel, says Yossi Amrani who believes Hungary would also do better if it did not judge people by their origin. Israel’s outgoing ambassador to Budapest explains Válasz Online his Arab roots as well and stands by Pride and the advertisement of Coca-Cola that caused serious public impact lately.

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