Along with Poland and the Czech Republic
Who should pay?
Poland is close behind.
This is not something Hungary and Poland should be shrugging off.
Suspension comes on the back of new law.
Fewer than 50,000 applications lodged for international protection.
Hungary faces EU court for non-compliance of asylum and return legislation.
Hungary's Orbán is trying to take over the leadership of the Christian Democratic parties, he claims.
EU fund distribution rules to be overhauled, FT says.
Hungary could have its ways, without tough sanctions.
PM insists on splitting costs, wants "red card" procedure too.
In interview with Welt am Sonntag.
Hungary's Foreign Minister fires back.
Migration on the menu at EU summit.
There should be additional dialogue before talk about financial sanctions.
Writes a letter to EC President Jean-Claude Juncker again.
Slovakia accepts judgement.
Juncker lectures Orbán on solidarity.
Conditions in Hungary not suitable.
And which are the most-accepting countries then?