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Hungary’s PM: EU-Russia Must Work Together
Russia and the EU should cooperate, as they cannot afford to fall behind in competitiveness, the prime minister said after meeting Putin at his residence in Novo-Ogaryovo. more »
Opposition Parties Disappointed With Orbán-Putin Talks
Opposition parties expressed disappointment over Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s meeting with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday which they said “appeared to be quite meaningless”. The opposition Együtt party said the announcements made by Orbán and Putin did not warrant such a highlevel meeting and that Hungary’s interests would be to reduce energy dependency on Russia, which means Hungary should be more reserved in its relations with that country. more »
Bakondi: Migrants Arriving In Hungary Not Syrian
A new record number of migrants have turned up in Hungary this year but they are not Syrian, Afghan or Iraqi, the prime minister’s chief security advisor told public television late on Tuesday. more »

Education Roundtable ‘The Place’ To Influence Decisions


Education Roundtable ‘The Place’ To Influence Decisions
An education roundtable “is the place where participants can influence decisions” in the sector, human resources state secretary Bence Rétvári said. Representatives of the largest trade unions, parents and pupils, employers, the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference, the Hungary Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Academy of Arts are all involved, Rétvári told public news channel M1. more »

Court Fines Mayor Who Beat Partner


Court Fines Mayor Who Beat Partner
The Kecskemét Sub-County Court yesterday issued a Ft 420,000 fine to Fülöpháza mayor József Balogh after finding him guilty of beating his common-law partner. The woman suffered injuries in the assault that took place on April 28, 2013 as the couple returned home from a wedding party. more »

Hungary Voices Shock At Ankara Blast


Hungary Voices Shock At Ankara Blast
Hungary’s foreign ministry was “deeply shocked” to receive reports about Wednesday’s explosion in Ankara, the ministry said in a statement. President Janos Ader on Thursday voiced his sympathy with victims of the recent explosion in Ankara in a telegram to Recep Tayyip Erdogan, his Turkish counterpart. more »



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