Hungary’s government will spend 30 percent more resources on defence in 2022 than this year – state secretary Tamás Menczer said on Saturday.
The Hungarian scientist and fellow researcher – Drew Weissman – was awarded the prestigious Lasker Award.
Hungary's GDP growth could reach 7-7.5% this year – said Hungarian Finance Minister Mihály Varga, addressing an annual meeting of economists in Budapest on Friday. On Friday Moody's Investors Service also upgraded Hungary's sovereign rating to Baa2 from Baa3, with a stable outlook.
– Some civilisations are able to reproduce themselves; the West is not one of them – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated on Thursday at the 4th Budapest Demographic Summit. He also explained that the Hungarian government based its family policy on five pillars.
Hungarian rate-setters raised the central bank's base rate by 15 basis points to 1.65 percent.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Jablonski condemned double standards in Brussels, saying EU law objections are really about politics in the interview for Hungarian Daily Magyar Hirlap.
– By 15 February 2022, they will refund the personal income tax paid in 2021 to parents raising children. The owners of small businesses who raise children will also receive a tax refund. In total, in February 2022 the tax authority will refund HUF 600 billion to 1.9 million parents – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in his address in Parliament.
– It is wrong to always talk only about Hungary and Poland – Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told the Austrian Funke Media Group and the French daily „Ouest-France”. Kurz said that equal measures should apply for all European Union member states. Photo by: Bundesmini
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hollywood star and famous bodybuilder, secretly visited Budapest, where he trained together with Dotti Sinka, a 10-year-old Hungarian girl, who pulled the 2700-kilo car with her teeth. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Pope Francis emphasized the courage and faith of St. Stephen and St. Elizabeth in his closing speech at the Heroes' Square in Budapest at the closing mass of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress. – Let's not get by with a faith that lives only on ceremonies and repetitions – he said.