Shocking! Government trains children of gypsy criminals how to become more efficient killers

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A great opportunity for disadvantaged students (meaning gypsies coming from criminal environment) supported by the Klebersberg Maintenance Center in "Farkaslyuk" (a heavily gypsy and crime infested region) with HUF 98 million.

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Daniella Éltető is Muay Thai European Champion!

The super-talented teen of Tokaj won gold medal at IFMA continental tournament in Portugal.

IFMA Muay Thai European championships was held on July 23-28 in Lisbon, Portugal. Forty nation's top amateur Muay Thai fighters competed at the sporting event, which was also a qualifier for the SportAccord Games.

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Captive nations won't send representatives for Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani's inaugural ceremony

Thirteen heads of state and prime minister attend Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani's inaugural ceremony on August 4; not one western nation dared to accept the invitation to attend the ceremony reported the Iranian Mehr news agency on Tuesday.

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Women's 200m IM: Hungarian rhapsody for Hosszu

Monday, July 29, 2013

(Photo: MTI/Kovács Anikó)

What a victory! The 24-year-old most raced swimmer in the history of the sport crushed her opponents in the 200m IM final with a 2:07.92 European-record.

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Nearly seven decades after the foundation stone was laid the Queen of the World Chapel of Atonement will be constructed

Quite literally a very old dream could soon become a reality: According to a government decree published the other day - nearly seven decades after the laying of the foundation stone, the Queen of the World Chapel of Atonement could be constructed at St. Anna meadow at the Buda side of the Hungarian capital.

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Centennial exhibition celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of Hungarian-Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil birth

Amrita Sher-Gil's was born in 1913 in Budapest from a Hungarian mother and a Punjabi Sikh father. She spent her childhood in Hungary, then the family moved to Florence, and later traveled to Paris.

Her artistic career flourished in India, where she is revered as a major painter. She died tragically young, at the age of only 28 in 1941.

"I can paint only in India. Europe belongs to Picasso, Matisse, Brague...but India belongs only to me ... " she wrote to one of her friends.

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Putin urges international community to resist repressions against Christians

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill (AFP Photo / Aleksey Nikolsky)

The rights of religious minorities, including Christians, are being infringed all over the planet and humanity must take measures to stop such instances, Vladimir Putin said at the meeting with Orthodox Christian leaders in Moscow.

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Wold Champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú and Evelyn Verrasztó posing in the new swimdress

Correction: The photo doesn't show the official swimdress of the Hungarian team, but it is an ad.

As we reported earlier FINA's governing body announced that Hungary will host the 2021 World Aquatic Championships, which will be the first such event being held in Hungary. For the occasion, a brand new swimdress has been introduced to the public. Wold Champion swimmer Katinka Hosszú and Evelyn Verrasztó posing in the new swimdress.

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Lilla Székely wins gold medal in 100 meter surface women category Finswimming at World Games 2013, Cali, Colombia

Lilla Székely won gold medal in 100 meter surface women category Finswimming on Saturday. After the second day of the World Games the Hungarian team won one gold and one silver medals.

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Turkish historian Hayrullah Yigitbasi: We are all Attila's grandchildren

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Hayrullah Yigitbasi is a historian, lecturer and a passionate researcher of Hungarian-Turkish relations. He organizes the Hungarian day in Rodostó and he is convinced of the authenticity of folk memory.

How did you come into contact with our country?

I travelled to Hungary for the first time in 1997; since then, my attachment to the country and the people of the land have grown ever stronger. I made Turkology research in Hungary. I'm a general Turkish historian, which means I'm researching the pre-Islamic period, which is an integral part of Hungarian history as well. Namely, we lived at the same area, and the two people were in close contact at that time; the Ottoman times were not the first time we met. Hungarians had a very prominent place in the history of the world in the Middle Ages. I felt the need to learn Hungarian and research Hungarian sources. In general, all Turkish people are interested in Hungary; the love of the Hungarian people is an integral part of the Turkish tradition for thousands of years. But even in accordance with the Hungarian tradition we are brothers and sisters, relatives and friends. The Turks, in one thing are very grateful to Hungarians: You started Turkology research, and the world's first Turkology Department was established at ELTE University in Budapest, which is still continues researching the subject.

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Putin praised close cooperation between the state and the Russian Orthodox Church

Friday, July 26, 2013

© Photo: «Golos Stolitsy»

At a meeting with Orthodox Church leaders in the Kremlin on Thursday who came from all over the world, Rusian President Vladimir Putin praised the close cooperation between the Russian state and the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Uighur leader Ümit Hamit returned to Hungary after he was kicked out of the country on fabricated charges

Thursday, July 25, 2013

The Uighur leader files a claim for damages against the Hungarian government for the humiliating treatment suffered in the hands of police on May 30 when he was expelled from the country on fabricated charges (It is widely suspected that the Hungarian government acted on Chinese request ed.). The Vice-President of the World Uyghur Congress announced the news at a press-conference held in the headquarters of the World Federation of Hungarians, in Budapest on Wednesday.

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Sólyom Airline will take off on August 18

Sólyom Airways will fly to 22 European destinations. The new Hungarian air carrier won't compete with low-cost airlines, but wants to be a premium airline. The company is financed by Oman's capital, and an undisclosed minority owner from the United Arab Emirates.

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Singer-songwriter Alba Hyseni tells her story from being a war refugee to becoming an underground singer

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Alba Hyseni arrived in Hungary as a war refugee from Yugoslavia, and now, she loves to live here so much that she wouldn't move to anywhere else. In Hungary, she has become a singer, lots of people love her deep, mysterious voice. Currently, she is working on her second album called “Amor Faiti”. According to the singer, Budapest is mysterious, and the Hungarian people are patient and peaceful.

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Hungarian food store opens in Moscow

The first store of the planned Hungarian food store chain called Paprika opened in Moscow on Wednesday; it is scheduled that within a year a network of 10 to 15 stores will open just in the Russian capital said Rural Development Minister Sandor Fazekas to MTI by phone after the opening ceremony.

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AirPaprika -- another company that tries to break into the competitive airline business

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

According to globalist news portal, besides Sólyom Hungarian Airways, another company also tries to break into the competitive airline business.

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The Moscow Times: Putin was baptized secretly as a child

In a documentary, President Vladimir Putin noted that his mother had him baptized as a child in secret from his father, who was a member of the Communist Party in the factory where he worked.

"My mother baptized me in secret from my father, who was a member of the Communist Party … It touched on me personally and my family," Putin said.

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Jobbik: The Serbian authorities have detained and robbed “Honvéd” football fans last Wednesday

At a press-conference in Budapest Jobbik MP György Szilágyi said Serbian authorities detained and robbed Hungarian football fans that traveled to the Vojvodina vs “Budapest Honvéd” international football match last Wednesday.

The press conference has been attended by János Kiss, one of the honorary fans of the “Budapest Honvéd” football club, who also attended the trip last Wednesday.

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Vona: Jobbik plans large scale demonstrations in the fall

Jobbik plans mass demonstrations in the fall political season said party president Gábor Vona in an interview with “Magyar Hírlap”. Demonstrations will be held to support people that the Socialist party enticed into fraudulent mortgage schemes and now, losing their homes by the thousands and also to oppose the recently adopted land law in which case the party initiates a referendum.

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The winner of this year's Anna Ball Beauty Contest: Virág Darvalics

Monday, July 22, 2013

“Anna Ball” (dance party) is held traditionally on Anna's day in a Hungarian resort town. The event also marks the end of the first phase of the bathing season.

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The tombs of three warriors from the conquest period (Honfoglalás) have been excavated near Tarpa

The tombs of three prominent warriors have been excavated by Jósa András Museum archaeologists near Tarpa, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg county. Archaeologists have found quivers and swords in the three grave sites. Two of the soldiers were buried with their horses.

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Hungary can become the largest equestrian center of Europe

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Hungary can become the largest equestrian center of Europe, according to Fidesz. From September elementary school children can learn horseback riding in more than 200 elementary schools as part of the “Kincsem” National Horseback Riding Program since horseback riding has become a part of the national curriculum.

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Demonstrations in Erdély for the autonomy of Székely Land

Székely Hungarians held flash mobs on Friday in Marosvásárhely and more than 100 other locations across Erdély, organized by the "Erdélyi Magyar Néppárt" and the "Erdélyi Magyar Nemzeti Tanács" (Hungarian People's Party and the Hungarian National Council of Transylvania). In the capital city of Székely Land nearly 500 people gathered to express their opposition to the government's plan to reorganize ethnic Hungarian populated regions and to promote the autonomy of Székely Land.

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"Jail release party" ended up in violence in Pusztakovácsi

Saturday, July 20, 2013

There is a heavy police presence in Pusztakovácsi as tensions flared up in the municipality due to a brutal gypsy attack on a group of young Hungarians.

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Court ruled that Uighur leader Ümit Hamit's expulsion from Hungary was unlawful

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Metropolitan Administration and Labour Court ruled on July 19, 2013 that the expulsion of the head of the Uighur World Congress' European Wing Ümit Hamit from Hungary on May 30, 2013 was unlawful and ordered a new trial.

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Beyond Rubik’s Cube exhibition to debut in New Jersey next year

Commemorating the 40th anniversary of inventing the Rubik’s Cube the Liberty Science Centre in New Jersey will host the Beyond Rubik’s Cube exhibition in April 2013. This is a 7,000 sq. ft. traveling exhibition exploring the innovations and insights inspired by 40 years of the Cube, which in the next 7 years tours the world. The exhibition is financed by the Hungarian Government.

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Budapest hosts the 2021 Swimming World Championships

PM Viktor Orbán, World Champion Swimmer Katinka Hosszú and the head of the Hungarian Olympic Committee Zsolt Borkai lobbying for the Hungarian bid

FINA's governing body announced in Barcelona on Thursday that Hungary will host the 2021 World Championships. After hosting several European Championships, this will be the first time that Hungary hosts a FINA World Championships.

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Lady Gaga, the globalist shill stinks like a dumpster

Is this a symbolic image pointing to the rotten state of the globalist world order?

“LOOPY Lady Gaga is creating a fresh stink in the music business – because she can’t stop farting”

“Nobody dares complain. She saw one costume girl holding her nose and sniffed, ‘What’s your problem?’ The poor girl was struck dumb and Gaga walked by giggling.”

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The fall of reason: How to protect your sanity in an insane world (and achieve spiritual victory in the process)

Thursday, July 18, 2013

by Mike Adams

(NaturalNews) I'm reaching out to you all with words of assurance as I write this story. By now, I think we all are overwhelmingly convinced that we live in an insane world. I call it the "post-reason era."

It's a world full of irrational people, criminal corporations, deceptive government, the abandonment of law and even the "dogmatizing" of the sciences which once claimed to be based on reason. In popular culture, we've got the insanity of the Trayvon Martin drama in which the abandonment of law is now institutionalized in the justice system itself, where prosecutors are allowed to commit crimes as part of a "trial," and state attorneys are encouraged to misapply the justice system so that it might be used as a political weapon.

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Letter from World Champion Archer József Mónus: The story of the 467-meter world record

Dear Hungarian citizens!

Let me tell you what it was like to be Hungarian on June 22, 2013 in Turkey and standing on the podium to show the Hungarian flag to the world!

In a nutshell, this is what happened.

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Hungarian invention in cancer therapy

The Journal of Science Translational Medicine published a study about Zoltán Takáts' invention on Wednesday. The smart knife - or, as the study calls it iKnife provides real time information on the chemical characteristics of the tissue samples indicating whether they contain cancer cells. This significantly speeds up biological cell analysis assisting physicians during operation to fully remove all cancer cells from the body.

You can read an abstract of the article HERE!


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Előd Novák: "The Finno-Ugric theory, now obsolete" - Jobbik calls for the creation of a prehistoric institute

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Jobbik Member of Parliament Előd Novák said to MTI on Sunday that the Jobbik party will table a bill in the National Assembly no later than at next year's budget debate calling for the creation of a prehistoric institute.

The Jobbik politician said the institute would research the pre-conquest period to find out how far Hungarian's genetic origin can be traced back in time. Setting up the institute would cost a few million HUF per year, which could be financed from the budget of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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She didn't survive the second robbery

Pécs County Court sentenced two gypsies twenty years in prison and life imprisonment for the robbery murder of a 71 year old woman in 2010 in the municipality of Pécsbánya.

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Ádám Marosi wins gold and Róbert Kasza silver medal in Modern Pentathlon European Championships men's division in Drzonków

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

"It was a perfect day" said head coach Miklós Pálvölgyi. "Marosi did great in fencing; he managed to handle a problematic horse in show jumping and he was unbeatable in the combined competitions. Róbert Kasza return after a serious injury in the spring was a great success as well."

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Beautiful Székely girl wearing folk costume

(Photo: Márkus Hilda)


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Sólyom Airways to sign lease for six planes

Sólyom Airways has signed a contract to lease six aircrafts in London - said József Vágó the CEO of the company on Tuesday, adding that the first plane will arrive in Budapest before August 20.

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Zsófia Földházi wins gold medal in Modern Pentathlon European Championships women's division in Drzonków on Monday.

Zsófia Földházi performed consistently throughout the day; in fencing she scored 904 points and took the seventh place; in the pool she finished third and was in third place overall.

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"Magyar őstörténet a természettudományok tükrében" - Bíró András Zsolt keszthelyi előadása

Monday, July 15, 2013

Egy fantasztikus előadás a magyarság őstörténetéről amelyben a kurultaj főszervezője nevetségessé teszi a hazug, politikailag motivált finnugrista nyelvi fikcióra épült magyarság eredetet.

A fantastic lecture about Hungarian prehistory by the organizer of Kurultaj. Anthropologist Zsolt András Bíró ridicules the false and politically motivated theory of the origin of our nation based on Finno-Ugrian linguistic arguments.


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Polish youth staged a sympathy demonstration at the Hungarian Embassy in Warsaw

Hundreds of people staged a sympathy demonstration at the Hungarian Embassy in Warsaw Monday afternoon in support of the Orban's government fight against the interference of the EU parliament in Hungarian domestic affairs.

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Gréta Márton of Csíkszereda wins the third Székely Gallop (Photo Report)

More than ten thousand spectators watched the final race at "Óriáspince-tető" and hundreds of thousands of viewer followed the third Székely Gallop in the Duna TV. The winner of the race is Gréta Márton of Csíkszereda, Albert Bodi of Kézdivásárhely finished second, and Mónika André of Csíkszentkirály finished third.

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Jobbik is the second most popular party among Vojvodina Hungarians

Recent survey conducted among Hungarians in Vojvodina shows that among decided voters Fidesz leads by 82 percent support; Jobbik is second by 13 percent support.

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New Electric Car Charging Station Opens in Budapest

The Ministry of Rural Development has inaugurated a new electric car charging station in Budapest. The new charging pylon, which contains two charging stations, is the tenth such unit in the capital.

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Háromszék's most prestigious annual horse race (PHOTO REPORT )

Sunday, July 14, 2013

More and more equestrian events are held in Székelyföld for which there is a lot of interest not only at home but also across the borders.

Háromszék's most prestigious annual event the Székely horse race began on July 13, with colorful ceremonies. Hussars paraded through the race track under the Székely flag, the flag of the 1848 war of independence, the national flags of the participating countries and the European Union flag. They were followed by a horse-drawn carriage of the organizers of the event. Have a look at the photos taken at the opening ceremony and the first day of the race.

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Sólyom Hungarian Airways signs lease agreement of six aircrafts on Monday in London

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Magyar Hírlap Online has learned that the new Hungarian air carrier will sign a lease agreement of six aircrafts on Monday in London.

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Jobbik MP Gergely Kulcsár filed criminal complaint against "parents" attended the gay parade with their children

Friday, July 12, 2013

Earlier today, I filed a complaint with the Chief Prosecutor's Office against several parents attended the gay parade with their children writes Jobbik MP Gergely Kulcsár.

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Special measures announced before the Győri ETO FC and Maccabi Tel-Aviv soccer match

Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Győri ETO FC football club official website announced that the club imposes strict security measures ahead of the UEFA Champions League qualifier soccer match between Győri ETO FC and Maccabi Tel-Aviv on July 17, in order to "avoid incidents that happened last year's Israel-Hungary friendly match."

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Back to Basics: Typewriters to be used by Russian secret services

Due to widespread cyber-espionage, the Russian Secret Service using traditional typewriters to protect confidential information - writes Izvestia on Thursday.

The Russian newspaper reported that one of the branches of the Secrete Service responsible for the protection of the president and members of government has just ordered 20 typewriters. Particularly sensitive documents are stored only on paper, rather than in electronic form.

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AVATARA: Atlantisz és Lemúria

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Fantasztikus előadás!

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Government injects more money into Hungarian sports

An agreement was signed Tuesday in the parliament building among the heads of 16 priority sport federations and PM Viktor Orbán; the agreement guarantees that no successful Hungarian athlete or coach have to go abroad because of financial reasons.

The prime minister emphasized that coaches that raise athletes and produce outstanding result at world tournaments receive substantial salary increases. Individuals that make major contribution to the country's culture, science and sports should be able to make a good living said PM Orbán.

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Péter Szijjártó signs trade agreements with the Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich in Minsk

State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó concluded several trade agreements with the Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich in Minsk on Wednesday, thus laying the foundation for further development of bilateral trade relations between the two countries.

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The new Hungarian national airline hasn't even launched but the naysayers already criticizing the company

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Why "Sólyom"? They argue that the term "Sólyom" will be difficult to fit into the international language environment as foreigners won't be able to pronounce it. However, sources want to remain unanimous, informed Magyar Nemzet that the name was well-tested before it was picked and there was no problem for foreigners to pronounce it correctly.

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Bogár László: A strasbourgi csata

Szinte teljesen egybeesett a 907-es Pozsonyi csata évfordulójával a most lezajlott strasbourgi „csata”, vagy­is a Magyarországot elmarasztaló Tavares-jelentés plenáris vitája. Ami persze nagyon is közvetlenül kapcsolódik a több mint 1100 évvel ezelőtti eseményekhez, másrészt jelentőségét tekintve is minden túlzás nélkül történelmi eseménynek lehet nevezni. Jelenczki István megrázó dokumentumfilmje a Háború a nemzet ellen címet viseli.

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Picture of the day: The political elite meets at former Prime Minister and self-confessed “pufajkás” Gyula Horn's funeral

(The notes below for readers not familiar with the term “pufajkás”. It means "militiamen”. The “pufajkás-ok”- plural- in general, recruited from the lowest classes of society; many of them came from dysfunctional families – like Gyula Horn, his brothers haven't even attended his funeral. Most of the recruits were spiritual and intellectual retards. For all practical purposes, the “Pufajkás-ok” functioned as a terrorist organization, the fist of the Communist Party. Being morally and intellectually bankrupt, the “pufajkás” could be used for any kinds of political activities including murder as many of them showed sadistic tendencies. Their main function was to intimidate the general public and beat the population into submission. The “pufajkás-ok” brutalized the population on a daily basis and played a major role in hunting down the leaders of the national resistance after the Soviet army crashed the uprising in 1956. They were also called 'Kádár-hussars'.)

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PM Viktor Orbán makes an official visit to Japan in November

Monday, July 8, 2013

PM Viktor Orbán makes an official visit to Japan in November at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Japanese minister of foreign affairs is expected to visit Hungary in the near future. During PM Viktor Orbán visit to Tokyo, the two countries sign an investment agreement said foreign ministry officials in Budapest.

One of the key areas of cooperation between the two countries is higher education.

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