Fidesz: Karacsony refusing to answer questions on City Hall case

Instead of answering questions, Budapest Mayor Gergely Karacsony was "busy making accusations" at Monday's meeting of the investigative committee set up to examine allegations that the city administration was planning to sell the City Hall building, a Fidesz district mayor has said.

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Hungary, Austria to boost criminal investigation cooperation

Hungary and Austria have agreed to set up a joint criminal investigation unit, organise joint patrols and expand information sharing on criminal cases, Interior Minister Sandor Pinter said after talks with his Austrian counterpart in Budapest.

Anniversary of Budapest Jewish ghetto liberation commemorated

"Remembrance is a part of our shared future," Andras Heisler, the president of the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities (Mazsihisz), said on Monday at a commemoration of the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Jewish ghetto in Budapest.

Opposition pledges continued family assistance, utility fee cuts

Maintaining the current family assistance system and the utility fee cut scheme with changes to make those systems more equitable, as well as a rental home construction programme were among pledges representatives of the opposition Jobbik, Socialist, and LMP parties made ahead of the ...

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Hungary signs gas supply deal with Ukraine

Hungary has signed an agreement with Ukraine to supply a guaranteed capacity of natural gas to Kiev from Jan. 1, Sergiy Makogon, the CEO of Ukraine's gas transmission operator OGTSU, said on Facebook on Wednesday.

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Egis favipiravir drug licenced for Covid-19 treatment

A new drug with the active ingredient favipiravir manufactured by Hungarian pharmaceutical company Egis has been licenced for treatment of Covid-19 by the National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition (OGYEI), the institute said on Saturday.

Second jab of Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca to be pushed back

The second jabs of the Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca vaccines will be pushed back as much as professional, clinical and scientific standards allow, to ensure as many people as possible get the first coronavirus shot, an official of the National Public Health Centre (NNK) said ...