The Council of Europe Committee of Ministers has expressed concern over Hungary’s removal of illegal migrants seeking asylum from Hungarian territory to the Serbian side of the border between the two countries and called on Hungary to submit an action plan by June next year aimed at eliminating the practice, the CoE said.

Russian FM pledges to guarantee Hungary’s energy supply

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov pledged to guarantee Hungary's energy supplies, so the delivery of gas, crude oil and nuclear fuel from Russia will be uninterrupted, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said after talks with his Russian counterpart in New York on Friday.

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Rosatom head: All obstacles to Paks II construction removed

With all preparatory work completed and permits obtained over the past years, there are no obstacles standing in the way of the expension of the Paks nuclear power plant, Rosatom CEO Alexey Likhachev said at the site which he visited together with Hungarian Foreign ...

LMP marks World Car Free Day

Budapest has never been a city that is "prosecuting" drivers, with a great part of public spaces reserved for car infrastructure, a opposition LMP lawmaker said on Friday, marking World Car Free Day.

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Szijjarto: EU no longer has right to tell Hungary where to buy gas

By refusing to help finance regional energy infrastructure capacity expansions, the European Union "has lost all rights to have a say in where Hungary buys its natural gas", the minister of foreign affairs and trade said after meeting his Azeri counterpart in Budapest on ...

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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.

Jakab: Marki-Zay responsible for opposition defeat

Prime ministerial candidate of the united opposition Peter Marki-Zay is responsible for the defeat of the opposition, Jobbik leader Peter Jakab said, reacting to the outcome of Sunday's general election in which Fidesz won a fourth successive supermajority.