Workshops that promote social inclusion should be properly acknowledged, Minister of State for Social Affairs and Inclusion Károly Czibere said at the school year launching ceremony of the Gandhi School in Pécs, southwest Hungary, on Monday.
“27 thousand children are attending the Ministry of Agriculture’s schools, with 7,000 beginning their studies this year”, Minister of Agriculture Sándor Fazekas said on Monday at the national school year launch ceremony for agrarian vocational training institutions at the Sándor Jávorka Agriculture and Food Industry Vocational College in Tata, South Transdanubia.
The election of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk as President of the European Council demonstrates that the importance of Central Europe has further increased and it is also a success for Hungary, Péter Szijjártó said on M1 Hungarian Television’s evening news programme.
Dialogue between the state, cultural institutions and professional organisations is of key importance, Minister of State for Culture Péter Hoppál said at a press conference in Veszprém on Friday, marking the opening of the 2014-2015 theatre season.
Hungary and Ukraine have renewed their bilateral cultural cooperation agreement, Ukrainian Deputy Minister for Culture Oleksandr Zhuravchak and Hungarian Minister of State for Culture Péter Hoppál announced at a press conference following their meeting on Friday in the town of Szarvas, northern Hungary.
The Hungarian Government concluded a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with the Bonafarm Group on Friday. Before signing the agreement, Péter Szijjártó called agriculture a strategic sector of the national economy.
At their informal meeting in Milan on Friday, foreign ministers from the European Union’s Member States called for more effective sanctions against Russia, urging Moscow to act responsibly.
Csaba Hende and Raimonds Vejonis, the Ministers of Defence of the two countries signed an agreement on Thursday in Budapest on the development of military cooperation between Hungary and Latvia.
Contrary to a communiqué recently issued by the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic, the competent Czech authorities have knowledge of the transportation to the Czech Republic of the T–72 tanks purchased in Hungary, as the Hungarian partner authority had already informed them about it earlier.
The role of animal health and food safety is increasing worldwide and veterinarians must face new challenges within the field of disease control, and so, as has always been the case, there is still a huge demand for their knowledge today, Minister of State Róbert Zsigó said in his speech to first year veterinary students at the ceremony to mark the beginning of the academic year at the St. Stephen’s University Faculty of Veterinary Science in Budapest.