What happened today in Hungary? – November 23, 2021
Top news today:
Budapest public transport can fully shut down, forint losing its value rapidly, V4 for Poland, 3rd or 4th jab?
Budapest public transport can fully shut down: The Hungarian capital city has been still waiting for the 12 billion forints (32.4 million euros) government funds to finance the public transport services. If Budapest does not receive the money, drastic measures will be taken which may include the termination of the public transport. Details HERE.
Hungarian forint losing its value rapidly: Hungarian forint reached two historic lows against Euro – read more HERE.
The Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia pledged solidarity with Poland in the migration crisis on its border with Belarus, at a summit in Budapest today.
The Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency (MMDÜ) said that the Hungarian designers took part in the design week of the 2020 Dubai Expo. Seven of them could exhibit their collections at the Budapest Select Fashion Show. Read more details HERE.
Another 480 soldiers have been assigned to hospitals and health-care institutions in addition to the 300 who have been assisting the Covid response efforts. COVID latest numbers HERE.