What happened today in Hungary? – January 31, 2022
It’s official: Orbán to meet Putin in Moscow on Tuesday – details HERE
Hungary’s troops can meet the challenges of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, says defence minister. Hungary is committed to NATO, Defence Minister Tibor Benkő said after talks with his British counterpart, Ben Wallace, in Budapest on Monday. Details HERE.
The Hungarian Indotek Group is expanding in Greece with the acquisition of a three-star, 124-room hotel, marking its entry into the Greek hotel market. Read more details HERE.
More than 20,000 teachers took part in the warning strike in Hungary. Representatives of the teachers’ unions PDSZ and PSZ told a joint press conference: “We can be proud of our teachers who set an example”, they said, adding that “no matter how immense the pressure by the government was to thwart this strike it still went ahead”. Details HERE.