Hungarians must not be made to pay price of war, minister says

Szijjarto: NATO stance coincides with Hungary’s national interests

The position adopted by NATO on the war in Ukraine continues to coincide with Hungary's national interests, namely that everything must be done to ensure that the conflict does not spread beyond Ukraine's borders, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Berlin on Sunday.

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Hungary to share in EBRD support for mitigating impact of war

Hungary will share in some 2 billion euros of resources the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is making available to ease the impact of the war in Ukraine on neighbouring countries, Finance Minister Mihaly Varga said after a meeting with EBRD President ...

Budapest to host first CPAC in Europe in mid-May

Budapest will host the first US Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) ever to be held in Europe on May 19-20, the director of the Center for Fundamental Rights (AK) said on Thursday.

Ruling parties call on leftists to condemn EU's new Russia sanctions

Government officials, energy industry heads meet to discuss Brussels oil sanctions

Senior government officials and Hungarian energy industry leaders met on Thursday at the prime minister's office to discuss the country's energy security in light of the latest EU sanctions package which includes phasing out Russian crude oil imports, according to the PM's press chief.

CoE calls for regulating virtual currency to fight money laundering

Moneyval, the Council of Europe's expert body against money laundering, called for stricter regulations for virtual currencies in a report published in Strasbourg on Wednesday, noting that Hungary had further improved its regulations but had still not fully implemented international rules on virtual currencies ...

Szijjarto: UN must play active role in achieving peace

With the war in Ukraine becoming increasingly brutal, it is crucial that the United Nations play an even more active role in creating peace in the country, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in New York on Wednesday.

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Ruling parties call on leftists to condemn EU's new Russia sanctions

Government officials, energy industry heads meet to discuss Brussels oil sanctions

Senior government officials and Hungarian energy industry leaders met on Thursday at the prime minister's office to discuss the country's energy security in light of the latest EU sanctions package which includes phasing out Russian crude oil imports, according to the PM's press chief.

Budapest to host first CPAC in Europe in mid-May

Budapest will host the first US Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) ever to be held in Europe on May 19-20, the director of the Center for Fundamental Rights (AK) said on Thursday.

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Thirtieth anniversary of freedom for Lithuania

Deadly day of protest remembered

Although each January 13 is a day of celebration in Lithuania, it is also a day of sorrow and remembrance for those who fell on that date in 1991 while seeking independence for their country. Thirty years later in Budapest, Ambassador to Hungary Vytautas ...

US presidential elections: how they work

Winner must secure 270 Electoral College votes

Hungary’s right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wants to see the similarly politically aligned United States President, Donald Trump, re-elected on Tuesday, November 3. Trump came to power four years ago despite recording a popular vote of 62.9 million to Democrat rival Hillary Clinton’s 65.8 ...