Agriculture Minister: EU decree replaces national ban on Ukrainian imports
A European Union decree taking effect on Saturday will replace member states' respective bans on Ukrainian grain imports, the minister of agriculture told a press conference at the Zahony border crossing.
Chief of staff meets Polish ambassador
Gabor Borondi, the new chief of staff of the Hungarian Armed Forces, and Sebastian Keciek, Poland's ambassador to Hungary, reaffirmed the importance of cooperation in a joint statement on Friday, the defence ministry said.
Szijjarto: Hungary committed to pro-peace stance despite EU’s ‘atmosphere of war’
Hungary is committed to its pro-peace stance even though the European Union remains dominated by an "atmosphere of war" and most member states want to continue providing military support to Ukraine, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Stockholm on Friday.
Foreign Minister slams Ukraine for declaring OTP Bank ‘international sponsor of war’
It is "scandalous" that Ukraine has placed OTP Bank on its list of "international sponsors of war", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Stockholm on Friday, adding that until that is withdrawn, it will be "very difficult" for the Hungarian government to negotiate about ...
Szijjarto warns against EU becoming ‘anti-China bloc’
Hungary's government wants to avoid the European Union becoming an "anti-China bloc", Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in Stockholm on Friday, urging strategic cooperation instead of systemic competition.
Christian Democrats call for international peace talks, peace conference
Istvan Simicsko, group leader of the co-ruling Christian Democratic Party, on Thursday proposed that the Hungarian government initiate international peace talks or convene an international peace conference in connection with the war in Ukraine.
Szijjarto: Hungary-Serbia cooperation set to expand to labour market
Hungarian staffing company Prohuman's expansion to the Serbian market may strengthen the "labour market dimension" of the cooperation between Hungary and Serbia, the minister of foreign affairs and trade said on Wednesday.
Majority of Hungarians reject EU’s sanctions policy
The majority of Hungarians reject the European Union's current policy of sanctions, according to a fresh survey by the Szent Istvan Institute commissioned by the Nezopont Institute.
Szijjarto: Preserving Earth contingent on electromobility, nuclear energy investments
Preserving the Earth for future generations and meeting climate targets is contingent on making investments in nuclear energy and the electric vehicle industry, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in a panel discussion on energy affairs in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
President Novak attends coronation of Charles III
President Katalin Novak on Saturday attended the coronation of Charles III of the United Kingdom.