Hungary will extend restrictions in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus until February 1, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán – said in a weekly interview on Kossuth Rádió on Friday.
Travel site Big 7 Travel has released the official list of the best places to work from remotely in 2021. Budapest is listed in the 38th place, coming before cities like Prague, Lisbon, Zurich and Melbourne, but after Cracow (21st).
"For decades, Katalin Karikó's work into mRNA therapeutics was overlooked by her colleagues. Now it's at the heart of the two leading coronavirus vaccines" – writes Wired's editor David Cox. “I always wanted to help people, to try and get something into the clinic" – said Katalin Karikó as quoted by Wired and added: “That was the motivation for me, and I was always optimistic. But to help that many people, I never imagined that. It makes me very happy to know that I’ve played a part in this…
Hungary's GDP is expected to grow by 3.8% in 2021 and to expand by 4.3% in 2022 – the World Bank predicted in its Global Economic Prospects report. Fot. Shiny Things / Flickr
– We will continue to defend ourselves against illegal migration both at the southern border and in Brussels – said Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó on Monday. Péter Szijjártó / Fot. Adam Warżawa/PAP
– We chose a different type of crisis management than the West because, whereas they've opted to preserve consumption levels, we've tried to preserve jobs – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in his first interview in 2021.
– We, the Poles, have demonstrated incredible determination and sacrifice. We have shown our best traits: solidarity, kindness, readiness to cooperate, understanding – said Polish President Andrzej Doda said in his New Year's Eve address to the nation. (jap, fot. printscreen/KPRP)
Supporting European border protection is one of the most important elements of the Visegrad cooperation and an investment in our own security as well – emphasized Polish Minister of Defense Mariusz Błaszczak in the interview for Hungarian daily newspaper "Magyar Hírlap".
Hungary has “never had such a successful year” in terms of investments thanks to the government’s economic promotion schemes – the minister of foreign affairs and trade said on Facebook.
Next year, the amount of budget funds allocated to support families will increase more than two and a half times compared to 2010, from HUF 960 billion to HUF 2,600 billion, the minister without portfolio responsible for families has announced.