Szijjarto: Elements hurting Hungarian interests ‘weeded out’ of sanctions package
All elements of the European Union's 13th package of sanctions against Russia that would harm Hungarians interests "have been weeded out", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Brussels on Monday.
Kocsis: Fidesz-Christian Democrat group to choose president candidate later this week
The ruling Fidesz and Christian Democratic parties will hold a group meeting ahead of the spring session of parliament, on Wednesday and Thursday, in Balatonalmadi, where they will decide on their candidate for the new head of state, Mate Kocsis, the Fidesz group leader ...
Dutch woman stabs partner to death in Budapest flat
A Dutch woman stabbed her partner to death in a rented apartment in central Budapest's Kazinczy street, the website police.hu said on Monday.
Hungary tourism sector racks up awards from China
Hungary's tourism sector has received five professional awards from China, one of the top sources of tourists in the country, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTU) said on Monday.
Karacsony: Budapest municipality to contribute to suburban railway upgrade
The Budapest municipality will contribute towards revamping state-maintained HEV suburban railway lines, Gergely Karacsony, the city's mayor, said on Monday.
DK drafts ten-point child protection plan
Klara Dobrev, the shadow prime minister of the opposition Democratic Coalition (DK), unveiled a ten-point child protection programme advocating an increase in financing for family subsidies and institutions for children in a video posted on Facebook on Sunday.
US senators trust Hungarian lawmakers will ratify Sweden’s NATO accession soon
United States Senator Jeanne Shaheen said a bipartisan delegation of her peers trusted that Hungarian lawmakers would soon ratify Sweden's NATO accession bid, speaking at a press conference in Budapest on Sunday, but expressed disappointment that nobody from the Hungarian government had met with ...
100 programmes planned for Hungarian-Turkish Cultural Year
One hundred programmes are being organised for the Hungarian-Turkish Cultural Year to mark a century of diplomatic ties between the two countries, the government commissioner for the events said on public radio on Sunday.
Parbeszed elects Richard Barabas co-leader
Richard Barabas has been elected co-leader of Parbeszed-Greens, the opposition party's leaders said at a press conference on Sunday.
Orbán’s speech provides no answers, flees responsibility, opposition says
Viktor Orbán has "failed to address the cardinal question: why the accomplice of a paedophile was granted a presidential pardon," the Democratic Coalition (DK) said in a statement issued after the prime minister delivered his annual state of the nation address on Saturday.