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
Warsaw (MTI) – The Visegrad Four grouping of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia will set up a crisis management centre for handling migration, Hungary’s interior minister announced on Monday. The centre will be headed by Poland, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the V4, Sándor Pintér told a press conference after a meeting of V4 interior ministers in Warsaw. Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said the centre will coordinate measures by V4 member states aimed at aiding refugees in crisis-hit regions. It will also serve as a platform for sharing national measures aimed at tackling the migrant ... Read more