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.
The three most important pillars of Hungary’s taxation regime will continue to remain the promotion of families, low taxation for SMEs, and the maintenance of taxes levied on specific sectors.
“As a result of changes in legislation on loans, the Government is directing some one thousand billion forints from banks to the people”, Viktor Orbán said on Kossuth Radio’s 180 Minutes programme.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has expressed his deepest sympathy to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the people of Israel following a terror attack against a Jerusalem synagogue.
Cooperation between Hungary and Serbia has significantly improved recently, which is clearly demonstrated by the record level of trade between the two countries, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic agreed on Thursday in Belgrade.
The most important right of children is that they should be allowed to be children and adults must see to that, Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs Katalin Novák said on Thursday at the National Conference on Child Protection in Budapest.
Minister of Defence Csaba Hende signed multilateral cooperation agreements in Brussels on Tuesday, on the sidelines of a meeting of EU defence ministers.
Russia understands that as a NATO and EU member state Hungary has to fulfil its obligations arising from the alliance, however, the country also has to defend its own interests – Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov said after meeting Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The state budget of 2015 will help achieve the Government’s three key objectives, the assistance of families, the creation of jobs and economic growth, Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga said in his opening speech marking the start of the general parliamentary debate of the budget bill.
The number of Chinese tourists visiting Hungary has increased at a steady pace year after year, and it showed unprecedented growth this year: in light of data for January-September 2014, the number of Chinese guests was up by more than 20 percent, Deputy State Secretary for Tourism Ádám Ruszinkó told state news agency MTI.