On Sunday, 21 teenagers died in suspicious circumstances in a nightclub in South Africa, writes AP News.
Air China will re-launch its direct flights between Beijing and Budapest on July 7, the Hungarian foreign minister said on Sunday.
Hungary will provide 4 million forints (EUR 10,000) worth of emergency aid to help victims of the earthquake that claimed over 1,000 lives in eastern Afghanistan, the foreign minister said on Saturday.
Hungary considers Israel its ally and will “do everything to ensure that our friends at last receive a fair treatment in international organisations”, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Facebook after talks by phone with Yair Lapid, his Israeli counterpart, who is expected to become Israel’s next prime minister.
The World Bank has said a food crisis looms over some 400 million people in the Middle East, Africa and South-East Asia, “countries that are already sources of migration or are avoiding that fate with great efforts,” Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó noted on the sidelines of a European Union foreign ministers’ meeting in Luxembourg. While […]
At the beginning of 2022, DKV Zrt. announced the launch of the LogiSmile project of the Smart City division of Debrecen, co-financed by EIT Urban Mobility, in which, in addition to three university partners and many industrial players, cities such as Hamburg and Barcelona are participating.
Fallen Hollywood filmmaker Harvey Weinstein is charged in Britain with a two-way humiliation he is suspected of having committed in the summer of 1996 in London.
A Hungarian diplomat, Csaba Kőrösi, has been elected to serve as the 77th President of the United Nations General Assembly from September for twelve months which is a great honour as well as a great opportunity for Hungary, the foreign minister said on Tuesday, after Kőrösi’s election by the assembly in New York.
Hungary and Bangladesh are intensifying nuclear energy cooperation, Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, said after meeting his Bangladeshi counterpart in Budapest.
Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s foreign minister, welcomed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson would remain in office after an abortive vote of confidence against him. He stressed, however, that his comment was “purely personal” and that Hungary did not comment on the internal business of other countries.