Within the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority the Government will establish an international advisory council consisting of Europe-wide acknowledged experts, Minister János Lázár announced.
The Government has requested the Hungarian National Bank to strengthen and reorganize the recently nationalized MKB Bank, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Thursday.
By signing the agreement on the construction of the Budapest-Belgrade rail line, we have reached the most important milestone of the cooperation between the EU and China, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán underlined after the signing ceremony held on Wednesday in Belgrade.
People who incite hatred can expect the Hungarian legal system to not leave their actions unpunished, Minister in Charge of the Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár declared following a session of the Jewish Community Roundtable on Wednesday.
Deputy Minister of State for Priority Social Affairs Csaba Latorcai attended the opening of an exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, which gained support from the Hungarian Government.
According to Israel’s Chief Rabbi, Jewish public life is increasingly active in Hungary, the Press Office of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office stated following Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén’s official visit to Israel.
On 9 December 2014, MVM Paks II. Atomerőmű Fejlesztő Zrt. (MVM Paks II Nuclear Reactor Development Closed Joint-Stock Company) and the Russian Joint-Stock Company Nizhny Novgorod Engineering Company Atomenergoproekt signed three implementation agreements for two new 1200 megawatt nuclear reactor units to be constructed at the Paks plant.
According to Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén the Kőrösi Csoma Sándor programme aiming at preserving the Hungarian identity of the diaspora is very successful. The work that young people participating in the programme carry out is of historical importance for the preserviation of the Hungarian identity of those living in the diaspora – Zsolt Semjén underlined at the closing conference of the programme held at the Magyarság Háza in Budapest. He emphasized that their Hungarian identity can only be safeguarded if, apart from strengthening their cultural and linguistic identity, they are also being encouraged to adopt Hungarian citizenship. – he said.
Zoltán Kovács, the government’s international spokesperson discussed the improvements the Hungarian economy has made since joining the European Union. He emphasized that the country has managed to bring down the budget deficit below 3%, and the unemployment rate has dropped to 7.3% this year.
During the course of his visit to Egypt, Minister without Portfolio for National Policy and Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén held negotiations with high level officials and religious leaders on strengthening political, economic and social relations.