The members of the Visegrád Group are in continuous dialogue and the Hungarian authorities are constantly monitoring the events in Ukraine, especially the situation of the Hungarian minorities in Subcarpathia – Government Spokesperson András Giró-Szász said today.
State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó met a delegation from China's Eximbank and Finance Ministry on Tuesday to discuss the planned upgrade of the Budapest-Belgrade rail link, the State Secretary's press office announced.
Only innovative policies can lead Hungary out of the crisis, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said at the opening of GE's global business service centre in Budapest on Tuesday.
Hungary has become a competitive state which in the past few years has grown into a production hub and should further develop into an area for European innovation, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Monday. Opening the 3rd Hungarian-Turkish Business Forum, he stated that although bilateral trade figures are remarkable, the level of investment is still low between the two countries. Efforts should be made to have at least one flagship investment project in both countries, he added.
Joseph Daul, President of the European People's Party (EPP), has assured Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of the party group's support at the upcoming Hungarian elections.
Hungary's economy has produced the best results in more than ten years, with the country arriving at the threshold of a great era of prosperity, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Sunday in his State of the Nation speech. He pointed out that Hungarians are slowly regaining confidence.
An agreement on economic cooperation was signed between Hungary and Turkmenistan by State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó and Turkmen Deputy Foreign Minister Berdi Matiyev in Budapest.
China is ready to develop cooperation with Hungary in the areas of finance, telecommunications, infrastructure and high tech, President Xi Jinpiang told Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Beijing on Thursday.
The governments of Hungary and China have issued a joint statement in order to deepen bilateral cooperation. According to the document, which was issued at the end of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s official visit to Beijing, the two countries will endeavour to strengthen communication and cooperation, to promote joint development along the principles of mutual benefits and shared profits, and to contribute to building a harmonious world of lasting peace and prosperity.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed the season opening ceremony of the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Beijing, stressing that the Government regards cultural cooperation between Hungary and China as strategically significant.