The Hungarian interest is that, if necessary, we should make loan agreements with the IMF on a regular basis.
It is not in our interest to sign economic policy agreements with the IMF, as that unnecessarily limits the room to manoeuvre of... the Hungarian government, Hungarian parliament and lawmakers.
We must set up large refugee camps outside the E.U. with armed security and financial support provided by the Union.
To be clear and unequivocal, I can say that Islamisation is constitutionally banned in Hungary.
If Europe's outer border is not blocked off, it makes no sense to speak of quotas.
We interpret our agreement with the IMF - our participation in the IMF's system of cooperation - as a borrowing agreement. The IMF sees it as an economic policy agreement. This is not in our interest.
We cannot let Brussels put itself above the law.
We must make it clear that our problem is not in Mecca but in Brussels.
The obstacle for us is not Islam, but the bureaucrats in Brussels.
Brussels' stance against Poland is not just... they should give more respect to the Poles.
Selecting Budapest would not only be a new city and country for the Olympic Games, but put the region on the map. We want to organise the first Central Eastern Europe Olympics.
My lesson from history is that if there is a strong moderate centrist party which can lead the country, there is no room for extremists from the right or left.
Whoever thinks... that the European economy can be competitive without economic cooperation with Russia, whoever thinks that energy security can exist in Europe without the energy that comes from Russia, is chasing ghosts.
We can set it as a goal that taxes on labor would be even lower in Hungary... that we will have the cheapest energy in Europe, and that all those who want to work would have a job.
Hungarian communists were the most talented. They convinced everybody that reforming the communist party was better than making a new party.
We are not communists.
The Hungarians, by nature, are not extreme. They become more extreme only when they are forced to fight for their freedom, as was in the case in the uprising against the communists in 1956 or the revolution against the Austrian Empire. They will not turn extreme in the name of despotism.
Xenophobia is dangerous, but patriotism is a good thing.
When a crowd rushes into your house without declaring its intention, it is, by definition, an invasion.
We are looking for rebuilding Hungarian defence Industry with India's participation.