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September 2015

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Szabolcs Takács | Dávid Harangozó

V4 calls for global cooperation

Sep 30, 2015

Following roundtable discussions on migration, Minister of State at the Prime Minister’s Office Szabolcs Takács said that, according to the V4, European-level cooperation is not enough: global efforts are needed to manage the problems posed by illegal migration.


Diplomacy & Trade Club Singapore

Sep 29, 2015

The Diplomacy & Trade Club held its latest business club event with close to a hundred people attending at the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest following a recent special focus on relations between Hungary and Singapore in Diplomacy & Trade.

| Dávid Harangozó

Hungarian gov't takes out EUR 500 mn loan

Sep 28, 2015

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is granting EUR 500 million, the first tranche of an approved loan amount of EUR 1.5 billion, to Hungary to -as the government claims - co-finance priority projects receiving support from EU funds.

| MTI / Csaba Krizsán

Shortcomings in Hungary

Sep 27, 2015

The Government of Hungary does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so, says the U.S. Department of State in its annual Trafficking in Persons Report, published in July.

| Andrew L. Urban

Golden harvest in Villány

Andrew L. Urban
Sep 26, 2015

With this year’s harvest, Villány is on the eve of a new marketing campaign, with cabarnet franc leading the way. In a drive to raise the profile of the region, premium Villanyi Franc will be the signature of the region’s already acclaimed reds. Indeed, in time, the words Villanyi Franc may become as globally recognised as the words Tokaji Aszu.

Home Sweet Home exhibition at the Budapest Design Week 2015 | Tibor Illyés / MTI

Design Week Budapest opens

Sep 24, 2015

This Thursday saw the opening of the 2015 program series of the Design Week Budapest Museum of Applied Arts in the Hungarian capital. Those interested in this subject will be able to attend over a hundred programs until October 4.

Sándor Tarics |

Oldest living Olympic champion 102 years old

Sep 23, 2015

The oldest living Olympic Champion, Sándor Tarics, who won gold in the 1936 Olympics with the Hungarian water polo team, turned 102 this Wednesday. He moved to the United States in 1948 where he taught at university and worked as construction engineer.

Construction | iurii/

Business confidence index rises high in Hungary

Sep 22, 2015

In September 2015, Hungary’s GKI-Erste economic sentiment index adjusted for seasonal effects reached this year’s peak, and the degree of optimism was only slightly lower than at the end of last year, which corresponded to a 17-year high.

Authority says Hungary tourism not affected by migrant crisis

Sep 21, 2015

Hungarian Tourism Ltd. has decided to make a short campaign movie along with a photo series to show tourists how safe the country still is, despite of what they call negative propaganda, Hungary Daily News quotes the online portal of the daily Népszabadság.

Migrants on a Croatian train on the way to Hungary | Zoltán Balogh / MTI

Croatian police disarmed in Hungary in migrant crisis

Sep 18, 2015

40 Croatian police officers accompanying a train carrying migrants from Croatia to Hungary were disarmed by Hungarian police on Friday. According to the spokesman of the Hungarian government, 4,400 migrants arrived to Hungary from Croatia on this day.

Gábor Zupkó |

New EU Representative in Hungary appointed

Sep 17, 2015

The European Commission has appointed Gábor Zupkó to the position of Head of Representation of the Commission in Hungary as of December 1. Zupkó, a Hungarian national, is currently Director "Resources" in DG Communication.

| Nándor Mester

Training to protect and serve effectively

Sep 17, 2015

The „Police Academy”. in Budapest turned 20 years. There is no change in goals: to protect and serve more effectively and fight criminal groups which have become more global, sophisticated and technically advanced than ever before.

Migrant running away from Hungarian police tear gas at the Serbian border | Sándor Ujvári / MTI

Police stop migrants at Serbia border with tear gas

Sep 16, 2015

Hungarian police stopped a crowd of migrants that broke the gate at a crossing point of the Röszke-Horgos station on the border between Hungary and Serbia on Wednesday. The law inforcement units used tear gas and water cannons against the crowd.

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