• Ukraine's decisions to curb minority rights make it difficult to support the country in the future

    Decisions infringing the rights of the Hungarian national community will make it more difficult for Hungary to make sacrificial decisions in support of Ukraine in the coming period, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Monday.

  • Friends of the Protection of Cultural Heritage Network met again

    The 3rd meeting of the Friends of the Protection of Cultural Heritage Network was held on 13 January 2023 at our Permanent Representation.

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  • We will not allow students to be the victims of any decision of Brussels

    Hungary's position is clear: we will not allow students to be the victims of any decision of Brussels, and the Hungarian budget will pay the costs of the Erasmus scholarship programme if the dispute with the European Commission cannot be settled, Finance Minister Mihály Varga told MTI on Tuesday in Brussels.

  • Right balance is needed between promoting innovation and securing affordability of medicines

    The upcoming review of the EU pharmaceutical legislation is long awaited by Member States as well as by all the interested stakeholders. In the context of the post-Covid times, healthcare systems are facing new challenges that call for effective response.

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