Hungary's ruling Fidesz party has quit the European People's Party (EPP) in the European Parliament after the conservative grouping approved new internal rules.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has threatened to pull his Fidesz party from the European People's Party (EPP) in the European Parliament if the conservative bloc approves new internal rules this week.
The European Union has given Hungary a two-month deadline to change a law pushed through parliament by right-wing Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government that forces nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to disclose foreign donors.
Leaders of the Visegrad Group of nations pushed for faster deliveries of vaccines to their Central European countries to help fight the deadly COVID-19 pandemic in the region.
U.S. Neglecting Western Balkans As China Takes 'Smart' Regional Approach, Former Croatian President Says
The United States needs to step up its engagement with the Western Balkans if it wants to counter Chinese and Russian influence in the region, the former president of Croatia said.
Leaders of four Central European nations -- the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia -- gathered on February 17 in the Polish city of Krakow.
An advocacy group says that homophobic language and hate speech against transgender people is on the rise among European politicians and has warned about a backlash against the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people across...
An advocacy group says that homophobic language and hate speech against transgender people is on the rise among European politicians and has warned about a backlash against the rights of LGBT people across the continent.
The European Union's executive arm is urging Hungary to allow a liberal-leaning radio station to continue broadcasting after it was forced off the air on February 15 following a refusal by the authorities to extend its broadcast license.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has asked lawmakers for a further extension of emergency powers to help curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
U.S. Lawmakers Call On Biden To Fulfill Trump Administration Promise To Invest In Eastern European Energy Infrastructure
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has asked the Biden administration to move ahead with a U.S. pledge made under the previous administration to invest $300 million in energy infrastructure projects in Central and Eastern Europe as Congress seeks to ...
Hungary on February 12 was on its way to become the first EU nation to use Russia's Sputnik V vaccine against the coronavirus, breaking ranks with the rest of the 27-member bloc.
The suspension of the license of Hungary's last independent news radio station has drawn international condemnation, with the European Union and media watchdogs calling the move a further attack on democracy in the EU member state.
Hungary's last independent radio station has lost an appeal to keep its license after the country’s media regulator said it had violated a compulsory registration law.
Hungary has become the first European Union member to approve the Russian-developed Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine for general use.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says that his country may start inoculating people with the Sputnik V vaccine next week, making it the first European Union country to use the Russian-made vaccine against COVID-19.
COVID-19 vaccination programs in Ukraine, Georgia, and Iran were given a boost over the weekend as health officials announced progress in getting their populations inoculated.
Hungary has become the first EU member to give initial approval to the Chinese-made Sinopharm coronavirus vaccine.
Transparency International says that the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted "widespread corruption" in countries across Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where it says "corrupt and authoritarian" leaders have reduced oversight of government spend...
Hungary has signed an agreement with Russia to buy the Sputnik-V anti-coronavirus vaccine, the first European Union country to do so.