The Government held an offsite cabinet meeting in Kémes, South Hungary to gain information about the status and economic prospects of Baranya County.
"The Office of the Prime Minister is preparing a list of items in Hungarian museums that are inarguably not the property of the state so that they may be returned to their rightful owners", announced János Lázár on Tuesday in Keszthely, where he presented 86 works of art that had until now been stored in museums to the heirs of the Sigray family.
Developing a labour-based economy will be key to boosting living standards in the country, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Wednesday.
Hungary wants to step up energy cooperation with Moldova, State Secretary Péter Szijjártó said on Wednesday. At a press conference after a meeting of the Hungary-Moldova joint economic committee, he stated that Moldovan electricity projects and linking Moldova’s network to European Union countries are areas Hungarian electricity provider MVM is interested in.
State Secretary Péter Szijjártó, who also serves as Government Commissioner in charge of Hungarian-Russian bilateral relations, on Monday opened the Hungarian Trading House in Moscow, established in cooperation with the Questor Group.
The 11th March of the Living, commemorating the victims of Holocaust, took place along the Danube in Budapest on the 21st of April. The aim of the event was also to support the reinforcement of a Hungary that is free of racism and extremism. Around 20,000-25,000 people took part in the peaceful remembrance march. Among the participants were Minister of Human Resources Zoltán Balog, Fidesz parliamentary faction leader Antal Rogán, and several foreign diplomats and state officials.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared before young economists in Sarlóspuszta at an economic conference of the Developing Enterprises Association that in the economic crisis and structural transformation, the opportunities available to Hungary should be considered.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán gave an interview to Spanish daily El Mundo, in which he talked about the importance of Christian values in society, the ethnic and religious minorities as constructive elements of the state, and the necessity of more just treatment for Hungary on the part of the European Union.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared on Kossuth Radio that the Hungarian Government faces criticism in the European Parliament while there are no concrete concerns.
Further to the conclusion of a strategic partnership agreement with Danish company Lego on 15 April, Primer Minister Viktor Orbán today inaugurated and laid the cornerstone of the company’s new factory in the north-eastern Hungarian city of Nyiregyháza.