Prime Minister Viktor Orbán mentioned pay rises for general practitioners and teachers, and the launching of a population programme as important tasks for the upcoming period, on Kossuth Radio's 180 minutes.
If Europe betrays its Christian roots and gives up its traditions it will have no strength left for renewal after the crisis, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the Cistercian Abbey of Zirc on Wednesday.
Ferenc Kumin, Deputy State Secretary for International Communications, in response to the Human Rights Watch statement today upon publishing its report, said that it lacked the objectivity that is generally expected from such documents.
The Minister of National Economy, Mihály Varga, announced that the recession in Hungary had stopped in a technical sense. New figures have justified the Government's earlier calculations, which showed that slower growth could be expected in the first half of the year, and that performance is likely to improve in the second half, he stated.
A Hungarian-Slovak government meeting will be held in Budapest on July 2, State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó announced after talks in Bratislava on Wednesday.
State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó announced at a press briefing today that a Hungarian-Georgian joint economic committee would be set up later this year.
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