Orbán: Hungary, Slovenia can count on each other
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received Natasa Pirc Musar, the president of Slovenia, in his office in Budapest on Wednesday, Orban's press chief told MTI.
Szijjarto: Hungary accepts post-Cotonou agreement after ‘receiving all necessary guarantees’
Hungary has received the necessary guarantees in the past few weeks and has therefore agreed to the European Union signing the post-Cotonou agreement with the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS), the minister of foreign affairs and trade said in Mauritius on ...
Novak’s talks with Slovenia president: ‘We won’t send our sons and husbands to battlefield’
Hungary and Slovenia continue to nurture and build good relations, President Katalin Novak said after meeting Slovenian counterpart Natasa Pirc Musar in Budapest on Wednesday.
US Ambassador: US sanctions over 50 people, institutions
The United States has announced sanctions on more than 50 people and entities "in order to curb Russia's and sanctioned Russian persons' access to the international financial system through the use of financial facilitators," David Pressman, the US Ambassador to Hungary, said on Wednesday.
Gulyas: US diplomacy pressuring Hungary into pro-war position
US diplomacy has not given up on efforts to pressure Hungary into taking a pro-war position, but the government maintains the view that peace is in the common interest, the head of the Prime Minister's Office said on Wednesday.
Lazar meets Romanian development minister in Budapest
The government is making strenuous efforts to boost economic ties with Romania, Janos Lazar, the minister of construction and transport, said after talks in Budapest on Thursday with Attila Cseke, Romania's development and public works minister.
Economic cooperation strongest pillar of Hungary-US ties, minister says
Economic cooperation is currently the strongest pillar of Hungarian-US relations, and Hungary is counting of US companies to bolster ties between the two countries, the minister of foreign affairs and trade said in Budapest on Monday.
Introducing Georgian Ambassador Tamara Liluashvili
Taking Georgian-Hungarian relations to a new level
Ambassador Tamara Liluashvili is the first female Ambassador of Georgia to Hungary, and with her excelling business background she has plans for her four-year tenure to focus on boosting bilateral business and economic cooperation, as well as further deepening political and cultural ties between ...
Foreign minister discusses energy cooperation with Russia deputy PM
Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto discussed Hungary-Russia energy cooperation with Russian Deputy Prime Minister in charge of energy affairs Alexander Novak over the phone on Tuesday.
President to visit Turkiye
President Katalin Novak will visit Turkiye between March 29 and 31, marking the centenary of diplomatic ties, the press directorate of the presidential office said on Tuesday.