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Ample Opportunities for Cooperation

Sándor Laczkó
Nov 9, 2021

The leading article of the recent Turkish Focus in Diplomacy&Trade was a comprehensive interview with the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Hungary, Ahmet Akif Oktay. He talks – among other issues – about the growing trade and investment relations between the two countries, especially in the field of energy as well as the […]

Exhibition of Hungarian Olympic History in Budapest

Jul 20, 2021

An interactive Olympic history exhibition entitled 'Our Sensational Champions - 177 Fabulous Victories' has opened in Millenáris Park in Budapest. The exhibition commemorates the Hungarian victories in the Olympic Games so far. Among the 305 artefacts on display are three shirts worn by Dénes Kemény, the head coach of the water polo team, when he […]

Preserving the traditions in the Diósgyőr Castle

Diósgyőr Castle Reopens to Visitors

May 31, 2020

At Pentecost, the Castle of Diósgyőr, located in Miskolc, NE Hungary, has reopened its gates and awaits with exciting outdoor programs those interested. The first Castle of Diósgyőr was built probably in the 12th century and was destroyed during the Mongol invasion (1241–42). The current, Gothic castle was built after the invasion and reached the […]

Budapest Airport celebrates 70th anniversary

Budapest Airport: 240 million passengers in 70 years

May 7, 2020

The international airport of Budapest, Ferenc Liszt International Airport, the aerial gateway to Hungary was inaugurated 70 years ago, on May 7, 1950. Over the past seven decades, hundreds of millions of passengers and millions of aircraft have used the runways and the terminal buildings of the airport. Seven decades, more than 240 million passengers, […]

Paneuropean Picnic in 1989

Picnic of the Century

Sándor Laczkó
Aug 19, 2019

It was exactly 30 years ago, on August 19, 1989, that - in a symbolic gesture agreed to by Austria and Hungary - a border crossing was opened on the 'Iron Curtain' for three hours. It was an event that eventually allowed hundreds of East Germans to flee to the West. In the summer of […]

A Hungarian flag on 1

The Day of the Hungarian Flag and Coat of Arms

News Agency
Mar 16, 2019

In commemoration of the adoption of Article XXI, on March 16, 1848, on the mandatory use of the Hungarian flag on public holidays as well as on Hungarian ships, a flag of 1,848 meters was carried along Andrássy Avenue in Budapest this Saturday.

Commemoration ceremony in Arad | Zsolt Czeglédi /MTI

October 6: national day of mourning and remembrance

Oct 6, 2017

168 years ago, on October 6, 1849, thirteen rebel generals of the Hungarian army were executed by the Austrian Empire in Arad, then part of the Kingdom of Hungary (now in Romania), after the Hungarian Revolution and war of independence (1848–1849).

The statue of Henryk Slawik and József Antall Sr. in Budapest | Tibor Illyés/MTI

Hungarian-Polish statue unveiled

Jun 28, 2017

A monument commemorating the cooperation of Poland's Henryk Slawik and József Antall Sr, the father of the late Hungarian premier József Antall, who cooperated protecting Polish refugees in Hungary in World War II, has been unveiled in Budapest.

Gergely Prõhle and Hans Niessl | Csaba Krizsán/MTI

The importance of inter-regional cooperation

Aug 14, 2014

At the 25th anniversary of the dismantling of the Iron Curtain, Gergely Prõhle of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities said that freedom consists in small, practical things and depends on how common paths are built, what kind of joint cultural events are organized.

The staff of the Department of Dutch at the University of Debrecen | The Dutch Department

From cloth trade to Erasmus

Jul 9, 2014

In its recent Dutch focus, Diplomacy & Trade featured an article by the Dutch Department of the University of Debrecen on how they see the different aspects of seven-century history of relationship between Hungarians and the Dutch.

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