Kovacs: Commissioners Jourova, Reynders ‘undermine’ EC’s reputation
European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova and Commissioner Didier Reynders bring their ideological convictions to office, which undermines the reputation of the EC, Zoltan Kovacs, the state secretary for international communications, said on Twitter on Friday.
Embassy celebrates Ayurveda Day 2020
Experts discuss Indian medicine system as relief for pandemic
The Embassy of India, Budapest, celebrated Ayurveda Day 2020 through a series of activities. In the run-up to the event on November 13, the Embassy organised an India-Hungary webinar on November 9 that brought together nearly 45 experts from India and Hungary who deliberated ...
British Ambassador to Hungary: UK aims to strengthen ties with Hungary after Brexit
The United Kingdom aims to strengthen its ties with Hungary as it leaves the European Union, especially in the security and economic sectors and through interpersonal ties, Paul Fox, the UK's new Ambassador to Hungary, told public broadcaster Kossuth Radio on Monday morning.
Europe should "sound the alarm", minister says
Szijjarto: Hungary stands by Austria after terrorist attack
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto on Tuesday expressed solidarity with Austria in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Vienna on Monday.
Orbán expresses condolences after Nice church attack
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a letter of condolences to French President Emmanuel Macron after a suspected terrorist attack left three people dead at a church in Nice on Thursday, the PM's press chief said.
Bilateral relations could be further boosted if Trump remains president
US Ambassador: Relations with Hungary ‘could not be better’
Relations between Hungary and the United States could not be better, outgoing US Ambassador David B. Cornstein said in an interview published in daily Magyar Nemzet. The ambassador told the paper that US-Hungary relations had been "rather poor" when he came to serve in ...
PM, US ambassador unveil George Bush statue in Budapest
Orbán hopes Trump will be re-elected
"Hungarians have always regarded the United States as a home of freedom," Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Tuesday, at the inauguration of a statue of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States, on Budapest's Szabadsag Square.
Calling Hungary's democracy "degenerate" called into question the achievements of the Hungarian people, minister says
Szijjarto hits back at Tusk’s criticism
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto on Sunday slapped down European People's Party leader Donald Tusk's recent criticism of the state of Hungary's democracy, saying that the EPP leader had "failed both as a party leader and as a person".
Szijjarto: Hungary, Poland ‘won’t be blackmailed’ over EU funds
Poland and Hungary will "do what it takes" to stop any potential blackmail when it comes to accessing European Union funding, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with Zbigniew Rau, his Polish counterpart, in Warsaw on Thursday.
Italian right-wing leader marks October 23 holiday
Giorgia Meloni, the leader of Italy's right-wing Fratelli d'Italia party, paid respects to the anniversary of Hungary's 1956 uprising, and said that Europe needed "brave peoples like the heroes of '56, to remind it of its real identity".