On Tuesday, the Turkish Parliament ratified Sweden's accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Thus, Hungary became the last country that has not yet joined. On Tuesday, Viktor Orban invited Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson to visit Hungary. The Swedish Prime Minister will not come.
State media: He's not coming because he's celebrating with Swedish taxpayers' money!
Thursday Hungarian nationthat it Origina Hungarian newspaper Articles appeared in his columns and in the regional newspaper Kesma, dealing with the fact that the Swedish Prime Minister celebrated his birthday this year more than was justified.
Story: Ulf Kristersson turned 60 on December 29, but he didn't give a party in Sweden then – wait! – He traveled to South America with his family for two weeks. However, when he returned home, he jumped on the party train with both feet, throwing two back-to-back concerts in January. Last Saturday, he held a party attended by between 60 and 70 guests at the Prime Minister's residence, and on Wednesday he held a reception for 350 people at the Prime Minister's Office in Rosenbad.
Scandal: The Prime Minister's Office confirmed that the latter was “conducted within the framework of the Prime Minister's role”, meaning that it was an official event, and therefore the costs were covered by the Prime Minister's Office. Politicians, ambassadors, church members, business and civil society representatives were invited to attend the event.
Speaking of which, that was enough for newspapers close to the government to give the Swedish Prime Minister a little kick, to whom, according to signs, a full birthday celebration (with public money) was more important than his visit. Viktor Orbán.
Let's see what headlines the newspapers made in the attack: