Among Arab Nations, Algeria is a crucial partner for Hungary, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Zsolt Németh said on 11April 2013.
The funeral of Mark Palmer, former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary from 1986-1990, took place in Washington DC on April 10, 2013.
Deputy State Secretary Gergely Prőhle made a speech on behalf of the Hungarian Presidency of the Central European Initiative (CEI) at an event organised by the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on April 10.
Hungary wants to become one of Europe's centres for judicial cooperation and education, Minister of Public Administration and Justice Tibor Navracsics said on Tuesday. He stated at a conference organised by the Hungarian Chamber of Civil Law Notaries (MOKK) that Hungary had been working to develop as a "focal point" in Europe since 2010, and had taken such moves as launching regular consultations for the justice ministers of Visegrád cooperation countries.
Giovanni Carraciolo di Vietri, the recently appointed Secretary-General of the Central European Initiative (CEI), made a courtesy call on Hungarian Foreign Minister János Martonyi in Budapest on Tuesday.
It is easy to see the parallels between the histories of the Armenian and Hungarian nations – said Zsolt Németh, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at the opening of the exhibition entitled „Far from Ararat – Armenian Culture in the Carpathian Basin” on April 5. The event was attended, among others, by Speaker of the Hungarian Parliament László Kövér and President of the Armenian-Hungarian Cultural Association in Yerevan Anahit Simonyan.
Foreign Minister János Martonyi and His Excellency Nam Gwan-Pyo, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Hungary signed the bilateral Working Holiday Program Agreement on 9 April 2013 in Budapest. The Agreement provides an opportunity for young Koreans and Hungarians travelling to each other’s countries to get a temporary work permit.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary learned with deep regret about the recent violence in Afghanistan and the savage attacks against Afghan Government Institutions and other civilian establishments April 3, 2013, claiming a great number of mainly civilian victims and casualties.
Deputy State Secretary Gergely Prőhle gave a briefing to the ambassadors of the CEI countries about the current issues of the Hungarian Presidency of the Central European Initiative.
Hungary has no territorial claims even if its neighbours often insist on the opposite, Foreign Minister János Martonyi said on Thursday in an interview published by Krónika, a Hungarian-language daily published in Cluj, Romania.