As the Hungarian Presidency of the EU draws to a close, Viktor Orbán reflected on what he has called “the most difficult year for European Integration since the downfall of Communism.” The Hungarian Presidency has faced significant challenges, including the Eurozone crisis, migration pressures in the wake of the Arab revolutions, and intervention in Libya. Prime Minister Orbán outlined the important contribution of the Presidency in providing solutions to these challenges.
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