Search XpatLoop.com
Home / Current affairs channel / Archive page 170
Sunday 24 Sep 2017
|
 
Keystone Business Solutions
Budapest Honvéd Hospital Will Be Receiving Injured From Italy
“The Honvéd Hospital in Budapest will be receiving the four seriously injured victims of Friday’s bus crash near Verona, who are expected to arrive back in Hungary on Sunday”, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog announced. Director General of the National Ambulance Service (NAS) Gábor Csató added that two of the seriously injured passengers will be arriving by air, while the other two will be transported home by ambulance. more »
Socialists Protest Delay In Metro 3 Refurbishment, Olympic Plans
Speakers in a protest organised by the opposition Socialists criticised the management of Budapest for delays in the refurbishment of the city’s third metro line, the transfer of municipal assets to the state, and Budapest’s 2024 Olympic bid, on Friday. more »
Video: Bus Crash Tragedy In Italy – Sixteen Hungarians Were Killed In Verona
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has declared Monday a national day of mourning for those Hungarians who died in a bus accident in Italy overnight Friday, the head of the PM’s press office told MTI on Saturday. Sixteen Hungarians were killed when a bus transporting students and teachers of the Szinyei Merse Pál Secondary School in Budapest, as well as family members, hit the pillar of an overpass on the Venice-Verona motorway and caught fire just before midnight. more »

Transparency International Video Accuses Trump, Orbán Of Nepotism


Transparency International Video Accuses Trump, Orbán Of Nepotism
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán makes an appearance alongside several other world leaders suspected of nepotism in a video released by anti-corruption organization Transparency International. The video, which highlights American President Donald Trump’s recent appointment of his son-in-law as senior White House adviser, cites Orbán as another example of “how leaders in highly corrupt countries around the world” are using their power to enrich their family members. more »

Diverse Crowd Marches For Women’s Rights In Budapest


Diverse Crowd Marches For Women’s Rights In Budapest
As about half a million people converged for the Women’s March on Washington, DC, on Saturday, dwarfing the turnout for the inauguration of President Donald Trump the day before, sister marches took place across U.S. and foreign cities. more »

Orbán Congratulates Trump On Inauguration As New US President


Orbán Congratulates Trump On Inauguration As New US President
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán sent a letter congratulating Donald Trump on his inauguration as the new president of the United States. “Your historic election victory gives you a strong mandate from the American people to bring about change,” he said. The prime minister said that the world faces enormous challenges, which require a new and brave approach. more »



0