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‘We gave you uranium, you repaid us by bombing Belgrade’: Putin slams US over nuclear treaties

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin © Grigoriy Sisoev / Sputnik

Vladimir Putin has criticized the US for failing to keep their end of the bargain in a host of international disarmament agreements. He says Moscow will not exit any existing treaties, but promised an “instant, symmetrical response” if Washington decides to quit first.

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Meeting of V4 and Juncker was a success


According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s evaluation, the Wednesday meeting of the Visegrád countries (V4) and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker was successful, fruitful and useful, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 101 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.

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Advanced negotiations are under way to overhaul the Army's Mi-24 combat helicopters


Magyar Nemzet has learned that by the end of the month, the ministry of defence will sign a contract with the Russian aircraft manufacturer to overhaul the Army's Mi-24 combat helicopters.

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Human Rights Lawyer Tamás Gaudi-Nagy calls for amendment of the constitution


The "Nemzeti Jogvédő Szolgálat" (NJSZ) (National Legal Aid Service) initiates an amendment of the Basic Law to ensure that crimes committed during the police brutality in the autumn of 2006 can't be annulled similar to the crimes committed by the communists after the second world war said Tamás Gaudi-Nagy, the managing director of the organization.

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Let us strengthen our cooperation as close allies, and according to Christian values

Tuesday, October 17, 2017


Hungarian prime minister and President of Fidesz Viktor Orbán has sent a letter to Sebastian Kurz congratulating him on the victory of his Austrian Peoples’ Party in Sunday’s parliamentary election.

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Hungary has the best relationship with Serbia from among it neighbours


“From among the neighbouring countries, Hungary has the best diplomatic and economic relationship with Serbia, and economic cooperation with Belgrade is also the most significant from among the countries of the Western Balkans”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said on Tuesday following a session of the Hungarian-Serbian Joint Economic Committee.

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Federica Mogherini: The EU will start discussion with Ukraine on the new Education Act

Monday, October 16, 2017


The European Union will discuss the new Education Law with Kyiv after the Venice Commission reaches a conclusion on the issue, said Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union (EU) Foreign and Security Policy in Luxembourg, on Monday after the EU Foreign Ministers meeting.

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Iran and Hungary signed a framework agreement on research and technical cooperation between universities


Iran and Hungary signed a framework agreement on research and technical cooperation between their universities to strengthen educational relations between the two countries, said State Secretary for Education at the Ministry of Human Resources László Palkovics on Monday to MTI.

The government would like to make Hungarian higher education as international as possible by accepting more foreign students into the system.

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Leading British fake news producer interviews Government Spokesman Zoltán Kovács

Sunday, October 15, 2017

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Hertha Berlin footballers kneel for ‘tolerance’ in solidarity with US protests

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Players and officials for German football club Hertha Berlin kneeled before their Bundesliga match against Schalke on Saturday to show support for “an open-minded world.”

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The government offers treatment to a Coptic priest injured in Cairo attack

Saturday, October 14, 2017

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The Hungarian government offered treatment to a Coptic priest injured in Thursday's Cairo terror attack, said Deputy-Prime Minister Zsolt Semjén on Friday to MTI.

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Demonstrators calling for the suspension of the Ukrainian Education Law at the Ukrainian Embassy in Budapest

Photo: MTI

Approximately, 150 people took part in a protest at the Ukrainian Embassy in Budapest on Friday evening calling for the suspension of the new Ukrainian Education Law and demanding autonomy for Transcarpathia.

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Hungary and Ukraine have a completely different assessment of the Ukrainian Education Act

Friday, October 13, 2017


“Hungary and Ukraine have a completely different assessment of the Ukrainian Education Act”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Budapest on Thursday following talks with his Ukrainian counterpart.

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Help must be taken to where it is needed

Thursday, October 12, 2017


According to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Europe is insisting on an immigration policy that allows dangerous extremists to enter the EU, but Hungary instead professes that rather than bringing the trouble here, help should be taken to where it is needed. “Hungary is helping persecuted Christians to return home”, he stated.

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Demonstration at the Ukrainian Embassy in Budapest against the new Ukrainian Education Law

Wednesday, October 11, 2017


Pastor of "Hazatérés Temploma" (Church of Homecoming) Lóránt Hegedűs calls on all Hungarians to come to the Ukrainian Embassy on Friday, October 13 to protest against the Ukrainian Education Law that practically eliminates minority education in the country.

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China could shatter petrodollar by compelling Saudi Arabia to trade oil in yuan


Beijing is likely to “compel” Saudi Arabia to sell crude oil in yuan, and others will follow, according to the chief economist and managing director at High Frequency Economics Carl Weinberg. This will hit the US dollar, he says.

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Amid growing tensions between Hungary and Ukraine, Ukrainian Foreign Ministers Pavlo Klimkin visits Budapest on Thursday


Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin confirmed on Tuesday that he will visit Budapest on October 12, with the aim of explaining the essence of the new Ukrainian education law to his Hungarian partners.

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‘Christian duty to fight Satan’s Soros plan to bring migrants into Europe’ – Hungarian MP

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

FILE PHOTO: Migrants wait in the transit zone where their asylum claims are processed in Tompa, Hungary, June 14, 2017. © Laszlo Balogh / Reuters

A Hungarian MP slammed billionaire George Soros and supporters for attempting to dilute the spirit of Europe with “the forced settlement of tens of millions of migrants.” He claimed there is a Christian duty to fight what he called “Satan’s Soros” plan.

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Russian-inspired motorbike drone fights Dubai street crime from the skies

Dubai police unveiled their latest high-tech crime fighting device – a drone that doubles as a hoverbike. And it’s all down to Russian ingenuity.

The tech-savvy cops channelled their inner Batman by teaming up with Russian drone manufacturer Hoversurf, taking crime fighting to the skies in the United Arab Emirates.

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Hungary initiates the revision of EU-Ukrainian Association Agreement at next week's EU foreign ministers meeting

Monday, October 9, 2017


The Ukrainian Education Law is fundamentally in breach of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union, said Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, on Monday in Ungvár; the foreign minister said he would introduce a motion at next Monday's meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg calling for the revision of the Association Agreement between EU and Ukraine.

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PM Orbán: Policy on Hungarian communities beyond the borders must help lower and middle classes


PM Orbán said that members of the highly-qualified intellectual classes with solid family backgrounds are already succeeding in finding their own path as Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin. “Particular attention should be paid to lower and mid-level groups, however," he said.

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In 1944-45 Transylvanian Hungarians wanted to join the Soviet Union rather than to Romania

Sunday, October 8, 2017


According to so far unpublished documents that Hungarian historian Miklós Kun dug up in Russian archives, in 1944-45 Transylvanian Hungarians would have preferred forming an independent state or joining the Soviet Union.

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Hungary will renew its contract with Gazprom when it expires in 2021

Friday, October 6, 2017


Along with the Paks enlargement project, the foreign minister said recent developments are a major step toward securing the safety of Hungary’s energy supply.

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Central Europe's largest aquarium to be built in Budapest


Pannon Park will house an outdoor runway, a 1.7 hectare hypermodern bio-dome, and central Europe’s largest and most state-of-the-art aquarium. The project has a budget of 43.7 billion HUF (140 million EUR).

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Government launches student loan forgiveness program to boost population growth

Thursday, October 5, 2017


According to the new rule announced by Katalin Novák, State Secretary for Family, Youth and International Affairs, after the birth of the first child, student loan repayment is suspended for three years; during this period the government pays the interests on behalf of the client.

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PM Orbán: Hungary will help Romania protect its eastern border rather than build a fence on the Hungarian - Romanian border

Wednesday, October 4, 2017


Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said he'd rather help Romania protect its eastern border against migration than build a fence on the Hungarian-Romanian border.

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The liberal media enraged: The government removed the subject of gender theory from elementary and high school curriculum


Gender theory has been removed from elementary and high school curriculum writes hvg.hu.

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Why we fight the EU on refugees - FM Péter Szijjártó talks to Aljazeera

Tuesday, October 3, 2017


I removed the video because it played automatically - it was very annoying!

If you want to watch the full interview you can do it HERE!

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People in the Carpathian Basin who cooperate with the Hungarians will fare well


In a speech at an event organised by the Partium Christian University in Nagyvárad (Oradea) to mark the beginning of the academic year, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that “We are ready for cooperation, and peoples in the Carpathian Basin who cooperate with the Hungarians will fare well, and in fact are already faring well”.

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Pope Francis called for more openness and creation of humanitarian corridors to accommodate more migrants

Monday, October 2, 2017


The Holy Father visited a refugee camp in Bologna

Photo: Reuters

Pope Francis called for faster and safer reception of refugees during his Sunday's visit to Cesena and Bologna in Italy.

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The Székely Festival and National Consultation on Trianon held at the Fairy Garden in Budapest

Sunday, October 1, 2017


Two-day Autumn Székely Festival was held between Septermber 30 and October 1st at Székelyföld Fairy Garden in Kőbánya-Kispest.

The National Consultation on Trianon meeting, initiated by the World Federation of Hungarians (MVSZ) and the National Trianon Society (OTT) was held in the framework of the Székely Festival that attended by invited guests supporting the initiative.

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“Though dispersed and separated by borders, the Hungarians are still the members of a common body” - PM Viktor Orbán


Speaking at the Protestant Theological Institute in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca), during the largest Transylvanian event of the jubilee year organised to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán declared that the entire Carpathian Basin is on the threshold of the age of national pride. He also spoke about pastoral service in its purest form as a requirement for young theologians.

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A new Canadian chef cooks for guests at Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Budapest

Saturday, September 30, 2017


New flavors await guests at the Ritz-Carlton hotel restaurant in Budapest; the new chef's team at the Dome Lounge, and Deak Street Kitchen facility will serve sophisticated flavors to hotel guests as well as locals who venture into the Ritz-Carlton restaurant.

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Satanic Fashion Show Inside a Church at London Fashion Week


Turkish designer Dilara Findikoglu’s presented her Spring/Summer 2018 collection at London Fashion Week and it was nothing less than a satanic Black Mass. Indeed, the event took place at the altar of St Andrew Church in London and incorporated heavy occult and satanic symbolism. In short, the event summed up everything the fashion world is truly about.

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Picture of the day: Morning fog

Friday, September 29, 2017


Fog in western Hungary at sunrise.

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There is nothing wrong with the Őcsény protest - PM Viktor Orbán


In reply to a question concerning what the Prime Minister thinks of the fact that locals in the Tolna County town of Őcsény have protested against summer holiday amps for migrant children, Mr. Orbán said he saw “nothing wrong” with it. People don’t want to accept migrants, “they don’t want them in the country and they don’t want them in their village”, he said, adding that “they have been lied to so often with relation to the emigrants that they don’t believe that only children will be coming”.

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Ukraine recalls ambassador in Hungary for consultation

Thursday, September 28, 2017


Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin recalled Ljubov Nepopot, Ambassador of Ukraine in Budapest for consultation due to Hungarian criticism of the new Ukrainian education law.

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Russian parliament blasts new Ukrainian language law as violation of European Charter

Schoolchildren at the celebratory assembly dedicated to the Day of Knowledge in Lviv. © Pavel Palamarchuk / Sputnik

The Russian State Duma has passed a statement denouncing the new Ukrainian ban on teaching in Russian and other minority languages as discrimination and a violation of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.

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British Ambassador to Budapest Iain Lindsay preparing for Hungarian language exam - asking for tips how to prepare for the exam



British Ambassador to Budapest Iain Lindsay will take the Hungarian language exam in the coming days. He is asking followers of his Instagram page to help with advises preparing for the exam.

If you have any good idea would like to share with the ambassador regarding the exam visit his Instagram page.

Ambassador Lindsay already has a very good accent and his syntax is flawless. Watch the video.

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Newsbrief: MEP Krisztina Morvai and Tamás Gaudi-Nagy declared persona non grata in Ukraine

Wednesday, September 27, 2017


MEP Krisztina Morvai and Human Rights Lawyer and Former Member of Parliament Tamás Gaudi-Nagy declared persona non grata in Ukraine. They banned from entering Ukraine for 5 years writes Krisztina from the Ukrainian border.

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Pope launches awareness campaign about migrants’ plight

Photo: AP

Pope Francis Wednesday launched a two-year activism and awareness-raising campaign about the plight of migrants to counteract mounting anti-immigrant sentiment in the US, Europe and beyond.

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Globalist NGO "Migration Aid" this time targeting the small village of Őcsény

Mayor of the Municipality János Fülöp

Provocation attempt to send migrants from Austria to the small village of Esztergályhorváti was averted a few weeks ago. But globalist NGO Migration Aid can't rest; this time the obnoxious NGO targeting the village of Őcsény in Tolna county.

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Hungary and Sweden negotiating military-industrial cooperation in modernization of the Hungarian Armed Forces

Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Swedish Minister of Defense Peter Hultqvist and Hungarian Minister of Defense István Simicskó met on Tuesday in Budapest to discuss military-industrial cooperation between the two countries.

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Hungary will block and veto Ukraine's EU integration as education law maltreating minorities is signed


Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said the President has just signed a law which deprives minorities of their rights and leads down a blind alley instead on the path to the European Union


Hungary will block and veto all moves in the EU which would advance Ukraine’s European integration process, Hungary's foreign minister said following Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signing the country’s new education law.

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We would like to develop a special relationship between Hungary and Vietnam - PM Viktor Orbán

Monday, September 25, 2017


“The Government would like to develop a special relationship between Hungary and Vietnam”, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Monday in Hanoi at the joint press conference held following his negotiations with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.

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New Hungarian bus design unveiled

Sunday, September 24, 2017


A new multifuntional Hungarian developed bus has been unveiled in Ikarus' Székesfehérvár plant. Minister of Defence István Szimicskó annunced that the Hungarian Defense Forces buy one hundred of them.

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The Darwinian fairy-tale removed from Turkish high school curriculum

Friday, September 22, 2017


Darwin's theory of evolution removed from Turkish high school textbooks. The head of the Turkish National Education Council Alparslan Durmus argued that the theory was too complicated, too controversial and difficult to understand. In the 2017-18 school year, Turkish students can study the theory of evolution only at universities.

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Syrian Orthodox Church leaders took the Hungarian citizenship oath

Photo: Merényi Zita

Two Syrian Orthodox Church leaders took the Hungarian citizenship oath on Wednesday in Hungary's Erbil Consulate in Iraq reported the State Secretariat of the Ministry of Human Resources on Thursday.

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Jack Ma says 'stop training kids for manufacturing jobs'

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Jack Ma, Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group © Brendan McDermid / Reuters

The founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, Jack Ma, has warned people should be prepared for significant disruptions to the job market as artificial intelligence (AI) is going to change the world.

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Emergency Management Agency acquired twenty-five fire engines


Emergency Management Agency's vehicle fleet is expanded by twenty-five all Hungarian made fire engines with a total value of over three billion forints. The vehicles will be transferred to sixteen counties across the country, according to the ministry of internal affairs.

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Ukraine readies for record pilgrimage of 40,000 Jews to Uman – media

Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Ukrainian authorities are preparing for a record pilgrimage by tens of thousands of Jews gathering in the city of Uman for Rosh Hashanah, according to The Times of Israel.

Photo from UNIAN

Authorities are expecting up to 40,000 Jewish pilgrims ahead of the Jewish New Year, which this year falls on September 20, the Ukrainian Government Press office told the local ZN news website Tuesday, The Times of Israel reported.

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37 MEPs sign letter calling for Ukraine's president to scrap new education law impacting minorities


Fidesz-KDNP MEP Andrea Bocskor drafted the open letter to the Ukrainian president which was signed by 37 MEPs from Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland and Slovakia


Thirty-seven MEPs have signed a letter expressing their concerns over the Ukranian education law impacting minorities in the country and have urged Petro Poroshenko to not sign off on it.

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