- 22 Nov 2017 8:26 AM
At the fair visitors will have a chance to buy goods from embassies of 45 countries and taste specialties from 20 countries, Bridget Lindsay, the British ambassador’s wife, told MTI.
The event will also offer concerts by performers from India, Slovakia and Serbia and programmes organised in a Kids’ Corner, she said.
The money raised at the event will go to the “Mi Házunk” (Our House) foundation supporting the education of disadvantaged, mostly Roma, children, the “Életjel” (Vital Sign) foundation supporting mentally disabled children, and departments at the Heim Pál and the St István-St László hospitals, she added.
This year’s will be the 7th Diplomatic Fair. The chief patrons of the event are the Hungarian president and his wife.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.
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