Response of the Government of Hungary to the press statement of the Department of State of the United States of America

Friday, March 31, 2017

The Government of Hungary found it with surprise that the Department of State of the United States released a press statement that is based on factual errors.

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The status of ethnic Hungarians in Ukraine could be settled in the near future

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met the Head of Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association (KMKSZ) László Brenzovics to discuss recent developments in Ukraine. The two sides agreed that ethnic Hungarians' dual citizenship in Ukraine could soon be resolved.

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Next year's general elections: The survival of Hungary is at stake - Speaker of the Parliament László Kövér

Thursday, March 30, 2017

According to the President of the National Assembly László Kövér, if the Fidesz party alliance lose the parliamentary elections in 2018, all that have been achieved up to now, will be destroyed so the electorate must consider this catastrophic consequence when voting.

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Putin Tells Arctic Forum: Climate Change Real, But Not Man-Made

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that global warming is real but has been going on long before the "man-made effects" that climate science points to as its primary cause.

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Diary reveals JFK doubted Hitler was really dead & predicted Nazi leader will ‘emerge from hatred’

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

A young John F Kennedy once pondered over Adolf Hitler’s death, wondering whether the Nazi leader had really died or was still alive, according to a diary he kept while travelling through Europe in 1945.

The 28-year-old future president kept a 61-page diary of his experiences, which will be up for sale at RR Auction in April. Kennedy passed the diary to Deidre Henderson, who was his research assistant at the time he was a Senator.

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Former Member of Swedish Parliament Erik Almqvist warns of unfolding catastrophe in his homeland

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Sweden faces insurmountable problems as the country is heading for a demographic disaster.

Sixty percent of Malmo residents under age 44 have immigrant background warned former Member of the Swedish Parliament Erik Almqvist - who currently resides in Hungary - on his Facebook page. The Swedish politician cited data released by the Swedish office for national statistics.

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Hungary supports Middle Eastern Christians Churches with more than HUF one billion

"Magyar Közlöny" has reported that the Hungarian government supporting Middle Eastern Christians and other persecuted religious and ethnic minorities' struggle to rebuild their lives in their homeland.

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If succeeds, Veronika Wynne-Hughes will be the first Hungarian to ski to the South Pole

The plan is to ski from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole.

The expedition will kick off in mid-November, and ends in the middle of January 2018. The distance she will cover is approximately 1140 kilometers. Veronika will poll a sledge along the way and although, she intends to travel alone there will be a support team behind her, including physicians said the adventurer to channel M1 TV Tuesday's show.

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Picture of the day: European Champion Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos reveals her new hairstyle

Sunday, March 26, 2017

One of the prettiest athletes of the world, European Champion Swimmer Zsuzsanna Jakabos posted new sexy photos revealing her new Cornrow Braids Hairstyles especially popular with black women.

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The possibility of civil wars hang over Western Europe

Advisers of various terrorist organizations are infiltrating in western Europe as we speak by mingling with migrants told former Intelligence Officer, and former Colonel of the Hungarian Intelligence Agency László Földi to news portal.

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Picture of the day: Late Folk Artist Éva Szabó's wonderful legacy

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Before her death 4 years ago, Éva Szabó dedicated her life maintaining folk tradition. She was famous for painting every object she came across with. It did not matter it was a scooter, a car or a stormtrooper helmet.

She has become such a great master of decorating things that after painting church wall hangings, she even decorated her own scooter.

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Hungary blocked EU draft resolution criticizing China and Egypt

Friday, March 24, 2017 has learned that Hungary blocked an EU resolution that criticized China for imprisoning five human rights activists.

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Russia reserves right to meet any French politician it wants to – Putin to Le Pen

President Putin has told French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen in Moscow that Russia has no intentions to influence the French elections, but reserves the right to meet any French politicians it wishes.

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American criticism of Hungarian democracy have practically ceased since President Trump took office

Thursday, March 23, 2017

“The regular criticism of Hungarian democracy that occurred during the previous administration has to all intents and purposes ceased since President Donald Trump took office”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in an interview for the Associated Press.

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The Hungarian Canoe Federation plans to build a winter training camp in South Africa

The Hungarian Canoe Federation plans to build a central training camp in South Africa, which could be used by Hungarian athletes during autumn-winter seasons.

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FM Péter Szijjártó inaugurates the new Hungarian Embassy in Washington

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

In his opening speech, the foreign minister stressed that the opening of a new embassy is always the beginning of something new in bilateral relations. He reminded that not far from the embassy also something new has started, which may result profound changes in world politics referring to the White House, which is just a stone's throw away from the new Hungarian Embassy.

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Heineken may lose its red star logo over Hungary’s fight with ‘symbols of tyranny’

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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Brewer Heineken’s trademark red star may become a victim of the Hungarian government’s attempts to ban the use of “totalitarian symbols” related to years of Nazi occupation and the communist era.

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Polish Ambassador to Budapest: Thousand years of friendship between the two nations is a rarity in world history

Polish Ambassador Jerzy Snopek lays a wreath at Bem Memorial in Budapest. March 15, 2017 Photo: Lajos Soos / MTI

Friendship and solidarity between the Polish and Hungarian people are not a cliché, but perhaps a rarity in world history said Polish Ambassador to Budapest Jerzy Snopek to Kossuth Radio.

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Hungary has an important role to play in changing Europe - Jesuit Priest Henri Boulad

Monday, March 20, 2017

Hungary has an important role to play in changing Europe and the world - said Jesuit Priest Henri Boulad in a lecture held in the House of Dialogue in Budapest on Saturday night.

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Hungarian Days held in Azerbaijan's capital on Thursday and Friday

Sunday, March 19, 2017

From left to right: Vice-president of Hungarian Creative Arts Nonprofit Kft. János Hóvári, Vice-President of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's wife Anikó Lévai, and State Secretary for Culture Péter Hoppál

At the start of the two-day program series, Azerbaijani translation of Imre Madach's "The Tragedy of Man" has been introduced to the public.

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Former head of the British National Party Nick Griffin moves to Hungary within half a year

Hungary is already a very good base for genuine western European refugees; there is a community of immigrants from western Europe that have already settled here - French, Italians, Swedes, Britons.

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21-year-old Youth World Champion Kayaker Richard Janza killed in a rear-end collision

Saturday, March 18, 2017

According to information obtained by, Kayaker Richard Janza was one of the victims of a Szentendre road car accident in which two people killed last night. Janza's vehicle was rear-ended by another passenger car as he was waiting at a red light. Both the driver and the passenger of the stationary car were killed on the spot.

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Egyptian Jesuit priest P. Henri Boulad took the Hungarian citizenship oath

Friday, March 17, 2017

Egyptian Jesuit priest P. Henri Boulad took the Hungarian citizenship oath on Thursday in the Hungarian Parliament.

He applied for the Hungarian citizenship as a gesture to show his appreciation to the Hungarian government for supporting Christians and Christian values around the world.

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Two migrants escaped from Kiskunhalas refugee camp

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Manhunt is underway for two migrants who escaped from Kiskunhalas refugee camp. A Moroccan and an Algerian citizen managed to climb over the fence of the closed camp on Thursday afternoon and currently, their whereabouts are unknown told Kiskunhalas County Police press officer of MTI.

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Fifth column activists tried to disrupt Ásotthalom National Holiday Celebration but didn't succeed

Soros funded fifth column activists tried to disrupt Ásotthalom National Holiday Celebration yesterday by storming the settlement's Community Center writes the mayor of the town László Toroczkai on Facebook.

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The fifteenth of March is irrefutable proof that we were, we are and we will be

Photo: Gergely Botár/

At a ceremony held outside the Hungarian National Museum on 15 March, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that the fifteenth of March is irrefutable proof that we were, we are and we will be: “this is our triumph”.

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The 1956 Revolution Memorial was vandalized in the Spanish capital

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Agent provocateurs vandalized the 1956 Revolution Memorial in the Spanish capital - informed Hungarian Ambassador to Spain Enikő Győri the Hungarian News Agency on Wednesday.

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Hungarians across the country and in the lost territories celebrating the national holiday

Photo: MTI

Twenty thousand people celebrated the national holiday at "Múzeum kert" in Budapest; a few dozen fifth column activists tried to disrupt the event, but police and organizers managed to contain the provocation and preserve the dignity of the national celebration writes the ministry of defense website.

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Political scientist: US fomenting divisions in Europe

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The US is not interested in maintaining the unity of the European Union, but it would prefer concluding bilateral agreements with individual member states - said political scientist Zoltán Kiszelly to M1 TV.

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If every European secession movement succeeded

Reddit published a map showing how Europe would look like if national minorities regained their independence.

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SHOCK CLAIM: Human DNA ‘was designed by aliens’, say scientists

Monday, March 13, 2017

Introduction — March 12, 2017

If anything the scientists conclusions reported below only reveal the limitations of scientific-materialism. For although modern science is supposed to help us comprehend the world it offers a perspective that can only take us so far in our understanding.

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Monumental woodcarving depicting Hungarian history unveiled in Tata

Mayor József Michl and the creator of the artwork, Sculptor and Wood Carver Robert Smídt unveil the artwork called Anthem in Tata's town hall on March 12, 2017.

The artwork has been completed in six years; it is ten square meters in size; it can be seen in Tata for a month; then, it will travel around the country and will be exhibited in 12 additional locations. Photo: Bodnár Boglárka / MTI

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The author of the Székely National Anthem was born 121 years ago

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Székelyudvarhely members of the Sixty-Four Counties Youth Movement (HVIM) commemorated to the Székely national anthem at its writer's grave.

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General’s Visit

On Monday, 27 February Maj.-Gen. Scott A. Howell, Commanding General, NATO Special Operations Component Command – Afghanistan (NSOCC-A) paid a visit to Mazar-e Sharif.

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#ADayWithoutAWoman Strike Is a Massive Failure

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Yesterday, on International Women's Day, the usual gang of feminist, Black Lives Matter, and Muslim activists tried to get women across the United States to participate with them in a general strike where they were called upon to abandon all forms of work, wear the color red, and join local protest groups to block traffic while demanding "rights".

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For Hungary the re-election of Tusk was about Europe’s operability

In Brussels on Friday, after a summit of heads of state and government of the EU Member States, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that for Hungary the previous day’s re-election of Donald Tusk as President of the European Council was about Europe’s operability, rather than about one Member State or another.

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More names are leaked as possible US ambassadors to Hungary

Friday, March 10, 2017

Vague rumors are floating around the Hungarian media suggesting that Donald Trump will appoint one of his campaign's donors as the next US ambassador to Budapest.

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Birthplace of Poet János Arany and the Welsh town of Montgomery may sign a sister city agreement

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Montgomery Mayor Eric Fairbrother supports institutional links between Hungarian Poet János Arany birthplace and the Welsh town of Montgomery.

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White lion cubs born in Nyiregyháza Zoo

The two lions have been living in the zoo since 2015 but this was the first time they produced offspring. The white sub-species in nature was last seen in 1994; a total of 500 white lions live in zoos and reservations around the world. Photo: Attila Balazs / MTI

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Retirees staged a provocation at the prime minister’s home

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Two elderly women - probably recruited by the liberal opposition - staged a protest at the prime minister's home.

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We have gained time to reinforce our lines of defence

In Budapest on Tuesday, at a swearing-in ceremony for new police officers appointed in the second and third phases of Hungary’s border guard training course, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that the migrant flow has not come to an end but only slowed down; he stated that “Now, also, we are under siege”.

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Viktor Orbán and Vladimir Putin discuss Paks Nuclear Power Plant expansion

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Bertalan Havasi, head of the Press Office of the Prime Minister, has told government news portal that the day after the European Commission authorised Hungarian state funding for expansion of Paks Nuclear Power Plant, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and President of Russia Vladimir Putin discussed the project in a telephone conversation.

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Hungary approves putting migrants in camps at border

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Hungary’s parliament approved a set of measures greenlighting the automatic detention of all asylum-seekers in camps on the southern border. The legislation bars asylum-seekers from leaving the transit zones until their applications are processed.

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Fifty Prayer Wheels unveiled in Zalaszántó Buddhist Stupa

The consecration of the fifty brass prayer wheels performed by two Tibetan monks, Drupon Konchok Jigmet and Drupon Konchok Lhundup before hundreds of devotees and interested visitors at the beginning of Tibetan Lunar New Year holiday.

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Fake News Media reporting from the Hungarian border

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Fake news extravaganza! Be warned, the article is pure lie, an insult on intelligence, a contemptible piece of anti-Hungarian propaganda.

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Romania intimidates the Hungarian community using communist secret service strategies

Romania using communist secret service methods to intimidate the Hungarian community, and test its tolerance said the President of the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) Hunor Kelemen on Thursday commenting on legal proceedings launched against Marosvásárhely Roman Catholic High School by the country's prosecutor.

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Interior secretary Ryan Zinke rides a horse to work

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Ryan Zinke rode a horse to work for his first day, escorted by the U.S. Park Police. Buzz60's Amanda Kabbabe (@kabbaber) has more. Buzz60

Well, that's one way to make an entrance.

On his first day as Interior secretary, Ryan Zinke rode a horse to work. While wearing a hat. With an escort from the United States Park Police.

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Hungary celebrates legendary tale of Welsh bards' slaughter

LAING ART GALLERY. The Bard by John Martin, c. 1817. Image courtesy of Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne

It is a poem which can be recited off by heart by Hungarians telling of the slaughter of 500 Welsh poets at Montgomery Castle.

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Arany commemorative year - One of the greatest Hungarian Poets János Arany was born 200 years ago

Friday, March 3, 2017

Reconstructed Partium County House in Nagyszalonta (now, part of Romania) where János Arany was born 200 years ago on March 2, 1817. Photo: Zsolt Czeglédi / MTI

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Part of PM Viktor Orbán’s speech that the hostile liberal media blew out of context

The hostile liberal media made a big fuss about Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's speech at the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce economic season opening gala; they presented a distorted account of the speech by highlighting that part, which discusses Hungary's ethnic homogeneity.

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Carpet weavers

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Seven experienced weavers are working on a Persian carpet in an Öcsöd workshop; the carpet is made for the House of Representatives.

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Hungary wholeheartedly supports Visegrád declaration

Photo: Balázs Szecsődi/Prime Minister's Press Office

At their summit held in Warsaw on Thursday the prime ministers of the Visegrád countries (V4) adopted a declaration on the future of the EU. At a press conference held after the summit Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said that Hungary fully and wholeheartedly supports the document.

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Two billion forint Swiss aviation industry investment in Eger

“The RUAG Group, which is owned by the Swiss Confederation, will be realising a two billion forint (EUR 6.5M) aviation industry investment in Eger”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced at a press conference held jointly with the directors of the Swiss technology company.

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New Lada Vesta models start arriving at Lada dealerships across the country

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The Russian car manufacturer started selling Lada models in Hungary one year ago. In the past year, 1600 Lada Kalina models were sold. Currently, Hungary has the highest brand's market share in Europe, and in terms of sales volume Hungary is in second place on the continent.

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