The President of the Republic expressed his condolences to the relatives of the Polish pilgrims who died in a bus accident in Croatia. The Hungarian PM also expressed his condolences to Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki for the tragic accident. Photo by Vjeran Zganec Rogulja/PIXSELL
On Thursday, April 21 at 1 p.m., at the headquarters of the Wacław Felczak at ul. Goszczyńskiego 12 in Warsaw, there will be a presentation of a scientific study on contemporary Hungary: "Hajrá. Hungary 2010-2022 ". It will be attended by, among others special guests from Hungary: Századvég Foundation vice-president Zsolt Barthel-Rúzsa and foreign affairs director Csaba Faragó.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister and chairman of Law and Justice (PiS) Jarosław Kaczyński together with Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Fiala and Prime Minister of Slovenia Janez Jansza are going to Kiev today as representatives of the European Council to meet with the President and Prime Minister of Ukraine.
From the 1st of August, the Hungarian government will make the administration of a third dose of the vaccine against the coronavirus possible; ample supplies of vaccines are available for the purpose – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Kossuth Radio on Friday. Fot. MTI / PAP / EPA (JAP)
– The university is poised to stand as a line of defence against the fundamentalist approach towards human rights and against political correctness raging in Europe – said Gergely Gulyás, the Hungarian prime minister’s chief of staff, on Friday during the inauguration of Collegium Intermarium, a new university offering courses in law for students from the Three Seas region.
Hungary came in first in the European Union in terms of vaccination against the coronavirus, ahead of Malta, according to the latest summary of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
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Director of the Institute of Felczak Institute Maciej Szymanowski and the president of the Polish Tourist Organization, Rafal Szlachta, signed a letter of intent regarding cooperation in the field of mutual promotion of the tourist values of Poland and Hungary, conducting research and marketing analyzes, as well as organizing events and information campaigns.
In Warsaw bishop Michal Janocha celebrated holy mass in Esterházy’s honour, for his beatification and peace and cooperation among central European nations. "I am happy to hear about the jubilee celebrations on the occasion of the birthday of the Servant of God János Esterházy, a Hungarian politician, representative of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia and Czechoslovakia, who died in a high-security prison in Mírov in 1957 as a result of exhaustion and diseases” – wrote Cardinal…