“In addition to industry, agriculture represents the key to the development of the Hungarian economy over the next 20 years; Hungary cannot be successful without agriculture.”
“The legislation introduced to improve the situation of foreign currency debtors is helping the holders of foreign currency loans in accordance with the Government’s promises”, said László Trócsányi.
There is one thing that has not changed: uniting the nation across borders continues to remain our fundamental goal, Prime Minister stressed at the 4th meeting of the Hungarian Diaspora Council.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán presented Hungarian Order of Merit distinctions to German MPs at the Hungarian Parliament on Tuesday.
Compared to prior expectations, the study of the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released earlier today is more optimistic about the future of the Hungarian economy.
Every level of the education system will receive increased funding in next year’s budget and the Government is not planning to introduce any measures that could result in teacher cutbacks, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry for Human Capacities Bence Rétvári said on Saturday at a press conference in Budapest.
Handelsblatt, one of Germany’s leading business newspapers, interviewed Viktor Orbán during his visit to Baden-Baden on Friday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade expresses its condolences and deepest sympathy to the victims of the terrorist attack committed on 22 November 2014 in the Mandera county of Kenya claiming 28 lives, to their families and to the government of Kenya.