The refurbished Slovak school and kindergarten were inaugurated in Békéscsaba, South Hungary, on Monday by Minister of State for Churches, Minorities and Civil Affairs Miklós Soltész.
In his address, he said Hungarians and Slovaks have a common history, religion, folk music, dances and many other cultural elements.
The European Large Families Confederation (ELFAC) recognized with an award Hungary’s Erzsébet programme, launched three years ago to offer holiday opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged children and their families.
The economic crisis has proven that those countries can weather the storm in which the economy is based on production and work. The Government of Hungary stated already in 2010 that prosperity cannot be achieved without productive work, Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga said in Zalaegerszeg.
The original concept of Europe as envisaged by its founding fathers – such as Konrad Adenauer – remains valid today and also remains so for Hungary and Germany, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltán Balog said on September 19 at the 24th general meeting of the Hungarian-German Forum in Budapest.
Four partners signed a declaration of intent on setting up a pilot training center in Debrecen, at a ceremony held on Friday. The document was signed by senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the University of Debrecen, Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air and Debrecen-based Pharma-Flight scientific and service center in Budapest.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs of the Ministry of Human Capacities Bence Rétvári called the initiative of everyday physical education a Hungaricum at an international conference on the quality of physical education on Wednesday in Budapest.
Minister of State for Social Affairs and Inclusion Károly Czibere handed over the keys to the 1.000th state-subsidized Suzuki car to a disabled person on Wednesday in Budafok, Budapest’s 22nd district.
Defending our children and ensuring their safety is a common responsibility, Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs Katalin Novák said on Wednesday in Budapest at a conference marking the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán recommended Péter Szijjártó for Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade to the President of Hungary, said Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief.
The government has allocated HUF 1 billion (EUR 3.2 million) for the construction of a solar module factory in Csorna, in north-western Hungary, State Secretary of Hungary’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said on Thursday in Budapest.