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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

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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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