"Among neighbouring countries, Hungary ties with Slovenia are among its best"
Environment ministers of the V4 and delegations from Slovenia, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Croatia met for a three-day conference in Hungary
What do you think about EU enlargement?
"The #wage #union concept is nothing less than to fulfill the #EU’s most fundamental promise, i.e., to create a #community of #destiny from Europe’s nations. - Péter Róna
More than eighty Hungarian memorials beyond the borders are planned to be revamped!
The week-long COOPSEC17 exercise in Austria
"Of the 157 million voting-age adults living in 11 countries in central Europe, 106 million are against the #EU's #migrant #quota"
#China has become #Hungary's tenth biggest trading partner over the past few years
#Hungary will help 155 businesses owned by ethnic Hungarian families in #Slovenia
Here is the Ljubljana Square in Budapest
The Hungarian army's Gripen fighter jets were scrambled to intercept a passenger jet!
The #Salzburg #Forum members are #Austria, #Bulgaria, #Croatia, the #Czech #Republic, #Hungary, #Poland, #Romania, #Slovakia #Slovenia
Now everyone can admire the beauties of this mountain range that is so precious for Hungarians.
Today marks the 97th anniversary of the Treaty of Trianon
#Orbán's speech in #Maribor
“The One Belt, One Road strategy is creating the infrastructure for Eurasian cooperation” - Szijjártó
There are three joint projects under way between #Hungary and #Slovenia, details:
Budapest (MTI) – Mihály Varga, Hungary’s economy minister, discussed cooperation in the areas of industrial policy, digitalisation and electro-mobility with his Slovenian counterpart on Monday. Opportunities for cooperation include modernizing industry and the so-called fourth industrial revolution of digitalisation development, the ministry said in a statement. Varga and Zdravko Pocivalsek, Slovenian minister for economic development and technology, also agreed to prepare an electro-mobility cooperation agreement. Hungary supports Slovenia in tightening cooperation with the Visegrad Group in economic affairs with special consideration given to boosting the region’s competitiveness, Varga said. A highlighted topic of discussion was Budapest’s bid to host the ... Read more