U.S. President Trump raised some eyebrows when he used the global stage to talk about America First and not multilateral-ism.
But for the Hungarian foreign minister, it was a refreshing speech. Hungary has restricted migration and taken a more nationalistic approach – very much in keeping with the U.S. leader’s outlook.
To discuss the challenge posed by Brexit for Europe:
- Peter Szijjarto is the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
By 2030, 60% of the world population is projected to be living in urban areas. The major shift from rural areas to cities will happen in countries that are still developing, in continents like Africa, Asia and South America.
To discuss the challenges for governments and the environment:
- Maimunah Mohd Sharif is the Executive Director of U.N. Habitat.
Peter Szijjarto, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade: "When it comes to debates about migration, you know we have always been honest. We have a very clear strategy. We have to keep the control over the borders of the European Union." pic.twitter.com/CdB7DwA1WL
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What does 2050 look like if we've stopped climate change?
1. Mass electrification (Batteries hold the power)
2. The urbanization of everything (A desire named streetcars)
3. Farmers cut down on greenhouse emissions (This grass really is greener)https://t.co/QJJbsU015D
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