Here is our daily debrief. Stories you might have missed:
The iconic building of the Hungarian Parliament, located on Kossuth Square along the River Danube, has become one of the most important landmarks of Hungary. You can read about the neo-Gothic building in THISarticle.
Reminder! Foreign residents and Hungarian citizens living abroad without a social insurance number can register for a coronavirus jab since yesterday. More information HERE.
According to a recent survey carried out among Hungarian health care workers, more than 50% plan to leave the Hungarian health care system as soon as they can. More on the problem in THISarticle.
You are not sure whether you should visit our little Central European country this summer? HEREis a small list of the best reasons why you should do so.
Hungarian is one of the most difficult languages if not actually the most difficult language to learn. Whether you might already know some or not, most still do not understand what Hungarians are really talking about. To gain some insight on what Hungarians really mean, read THISarticle.
The Hungarian Police have managed to arrest a group of attackers that beat up a Moroccan man for his ethnicity and meanwhile the Counter-Terrorism Centre (TEK) has managed to safely disarm a man. To read more about their action, click HERE.
Breaking! Soviet WWII bombs were found near the Chain Bridge in Budapest. To read more about the dangerous explosives, read THISarticle.