The rise of China and the emergence of a new, multipolar world order was an important topic of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's speech at the 32nd Bálványos Summer Free University and Student Camp in Tusnádfürdő (Băile Tuşnad, Transylvania, Romania).
“Chinese people value friendship and we will never forget our old friend and your historic contribution to promoting the development of US-China relations and enhancing the friendship between Chinese and American people,” said Xi Jinping to former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Hungary will remain committed to its balanced multi-vectoral foreign policy. In the age of risks, we have to diversify, and both the Organisation of Turkic States (OTS) and its member states provide great opportunities for cooperation, Balázs Orbán, the Hungarian prime minister's political director wrote in Baku Dialogues.
Mankind will only have a chance to preserve the planet for future generations by preventing the re-emergence of divisive blocs in the world, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said at a high-level meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York.
Israeli-Hungarian relations have developed impressively in recent decades. Although relations between Hungary and Israel have not always been unclouded, significant progress has been made in recent decades, and relations between the two countries have grown stronger and deeper.
We are witnessing, at the beginning of the 21st century, the emergence of a new world order. Many Western politicians, leading economists and prominent researchers tell us that this is Asia’s century. The centre of gravity of the world economy is pivoting to Asia and the era of Eurasia has already begun.