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Temporary Hungarian Consulates For Euro 2016 In France
Hungary will open temporary consular offices in Bordeaux, Lyons and Marseille, during this summer’s European Football Championships, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó announced on Tuesday. Those three cities will host the Hungarian team’s three group-stage matches. more »
Growing Number Of Migrants Attempt To Climb Over Hungary’s Anti-Immigration Border Fence
Over 1000 migrants have received court sentences in Hungary for attempting to climb over the anti-immigration border fence erected on the country’s southern border in September, according to the news website Index.hu. more »
Xpat Opinion: Szydlo’s Talks In Budapest
A new kind of partnership has emerged in which the countries of the Visegrád Four (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic) have a chance to bolster their voice in a divided Europe, proclaims Magyar Idők, while Népszabadság suspects Poland has something much bigger in mind. more »

Xpat Opinion: Zoltán Balog Dismisses Public Education Undersecretary


Xpat Opinion: Zoltán Balog Dismisses Public Education Undersecretary
In a surprise move,the minister in charge of education fired his undersecretary, just days before she was to due to sit down for talks with protesting teachers. Magyar Nemzet and Népszabadság say this will not be enough to defuse the planned mass demonstrations.Magyar Nemzet ‘s op-ed piece calls the move an old-fashioned technique in the game of politics. more »

Xpat Opinion: Viktor Orbán On A Diplomatic Mission In Mongolia?


Xpat Opinion: Viktor Orbán On A Diplomatic Mission In Mongolia?
Hungarian opposition papers usually have a jolly time making fun of Viktor Orbán’s slim pickings when it comes to making fancy state visits to countries that, from the vantage point of Budapest, don’t seem especially important. more »

Hungary’s PM On Europe’s Migrant Crisis


Hungary’s PM On Europe’s Migrant Crisis
On the topic of Europe’s migrant crisis, Orbán said Europe’s southern external borders remain unprotected and Greece is incapable of protecting the continent, which is why the Hungarian government believes that a new line of defence is needed along the Greek- Macedonian and Greek-Bulgarian borders. more »



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