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US State Dept Hands Over Agreement For New Ambassador
The US Department of State has handed over its agrément to the Hungarian embassy, under which Réka Szemerkényi, Hungary’s new ambassador to the US, can take up her post in Washington, the foreign ministry announced. more »

Get Green & Social In Budapest On 27 January


Get Green & Social In Budapest On 27 January
The next Green Social will take place at DiVino Gozsdu in downtown in Budapest, starting from 7pm. Every month Greenwill organizes these Green Social events for Xpats interested in all kinds of environmental issues. Each event is focused on a different topic, and this time the theme is "New Year, New Start - Be a Better Recycler in 2015!’. more »

Updated: New US Ambassador Finally In Budapest


Updated: New US Ambassador Finally In Budapest
Update: Video added below. A year and a half to the day after the departure of Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis, the United States’ new ambassador to Hungary arrived at the capital’s Liszt Ferenc airport yesterday. She was greeted there by Levente Magyar, under-secretary of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Magyar reportedly expressed his government’s hope that Bell’s arrival will lead to an improvement in US-Hungarian relations, which are at a historical low. more »

Vladimir Putin To Visit Budapest On February 17


Vladimir Putin To Visit Budapest On February 17
The official date of the Russian president’s visit to Budapest was announced on Wednesday by Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, on Hungary’s public radio. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin will hold talks on “bilateral politics, economic relations, energy security and the armed conflict in Ukraine. more »
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