Szijjarto: Migration pressure expected to reach new high

Food shortages resulting from the war in Ukraine and the growing threat of terrorism is expected to put Europe under greater migration pressure than ever before, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Madrid on Thursday.

Nyugati railway station revamp gets EU support

The project to renew Budapest's Nyugati railway station has been awarded European Union funding, a state secretary at the Ministry of Technology and Industry (TIM) said after a meeting of EU transport officials in Lyon on Wednesday.

Cyber security centre issues warning over donation scams

Government sets up humanitarian council to coordinate aid

The Hungarian government has set up a humanitarian council tasked with coordinating the aid operation of government agencies and charities to help refugees from Ukraine, the government's spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Churches sending food, collecting donations

Hungary's Reformed Church sent 800kg of food to Ukraine early on Thursday and launched a donation campaign to help residents affected by the war, the church said in a statement.

Orbán to meet Putin in Moscow today

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin for talks in the Kremlin on Tuesday afternoon, Orbán's press chief has told MTI.

Palkovics: Hungary ready to live up to 2050 environmental commitments

Hungary is ready to live up to its 2050 commitments and has started large investments to improve the effectiveness of its energy use and production, and to increase the ratio of sustainable energy resources, Laszlo Palkovics, the minister of technology and innovation, said on ...

Szijjarto: Vaccines ‘only solution’ in ‘fight’ against pandemic

Vaccines are the only solution to fighting the coronavirus pandemic "because only vaccination can protect us", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in his address at general debate during the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Thursday local time.