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– The government is initiating a child protection referendum on five questions – the Prime Minister announced on Wednesday. Viktor Orbán. Fot. Albert Zawada / PAP
– The Visegrad Group countries, which oppose the mandatory resettlement quotas and Brussels' immigration policy, have agreed to help Lithuania contain the wave of refugees from Belarus – Péter Szijjártó, Hungary's foreign minister, said after talks with his V4 counterparts on Monday.
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 Finance Minister Mihály Varga said Hungary’s GDP growth could exceed 6 percent this year “even if not a single cent is received” from the European Union until the end of the year Fot.
24 films will compete for the Palme d'Or at the 74th Cannes International Film Festival starting today. The cinema festival will last until July 17. The program includes four film by Hungarian directors. The winners will be announced by a nine-member international jury led by Spike Lee on the July 17 gala.
Pope Francis announced on Sunday that he will present during the closing mass of the International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in September. Fot. FABIO FRUSTACI / ANSA / PAP/EPA
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The People of Poland at War, a new book by Andrzej Chwalba is a pioneering synthesis of the history of Poland, 1914-1918, summing up 100 years of the work of historians on the period and outlining new research aims.
– Countries of Three Seas Initiative are a driving force of European economy – Polish President Andrzej Duda has said during the opening speech of the 2nd Three Seas Initiative Forum of Regions in Lublin. Fot. MS
„If we want to keep the European Union together, liberals must respect the rights of non-liberals” – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán wrote in an article entitled ‘Samizdat No. 11’ which was published on Monday on the Prime Minister’s website. Viktor Orbán. Fot. IGOR KUPLJENIK / EPA / PAP/EPA