Vice Chairman of the House of Representatives of Indonesia Priyo Budi Santoso and his delegation comprising representatives of parliament visited Hungary. Minister of State for Energy Affairs Pál Kovács received the members of the delegation in his office on 10 December, 2013. The discussion where opportunities of bilateral cooperation in energy affairs were reviewed was also attended by Dr. Anita Orbán, Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security and Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia Maruli Tua Sagala.
State Secretary for Parliamentary Affairs of the Ministry of National Development János Fónagy opened the conference “New Decade, New Challenges in Transport Security” in Budapest on 11 December, 2013.
"The per capita consumption of pork in Hungary should increase by three kilograms within the following year, and we are accordingly launching a campaign to promote pork consumption", Minister for Rural Development Sándor Fazekas announced at a press conference in Budapest today.
The results of the Hungarian Village Renewal Awards 2013 have been published.
Hungarian agriculture will receive 20 percent more funding that is does at present during the next European Union financial period from 2014-2020, Minister for Rural Development Sándor Fazekas said at a professional forum in Budapest.
As a result of the Ministry of Rural Development's promotion campaign launched at the end of last year, fish consumption is the only area within the food sector that has seen a marked, 20 percent increase in Hungary this year, Minister for Rural Development Sándor Fazekas declared at the opening of this year's fish marketing drive in Tiszafüred on Monday.
Thanks to its rapid and professional measures, Hungary has achieved unique results in remediation following the Red Mud Disaster, the Ministry of Rural Development's Minister of State for Environmental Affairs said at a press conference today.
Hungary will remain free of genetically modified organisms, and our policy on this shall remain one of zero tolerance, the Ministry of Rural Development's Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Gyula Budai declared at a press conference in Budapest on Sunday.