– Hungary strongly condemns the Russian attack on Ukraine – Hungarian President János Áder said at a meeting on Friday of the extraordinary Bucharest Nine summit in Warsaw. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen also took part in this meeting. Photo by PAP/Andrzej Lange
KGHM, the Polish copper giant, has signed a contract with NuScale. As part of the concluded agreement – signed in Washington in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Jacek Sasin and representatives of the American administration – KGHM and NuScale will implement the SMR technology in Poland.
– Russia is pursuing an imperialist expansionist policy, with Vladimir Putin aiming to regain the glory of the old Russian Empire – Marek Kuchciński told in the interview for Mandiner. According to a politician from the ruling party Justice and Justice (PiS) the European Court of Justice has ruled unfairly on the rule of law mechanism.
The Central Statistical Office (KSH) said Hungarian economic output grew by an annual 7.2 percent in the fourth quarter, bringing full-year growth to 7.1 percent.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks in Budapest on central and eastern Europe’s energy sovereignty and efforts to consolidate the north-south energy corridor with Daniel Obajtek, management board president of the Polish PKN Orlen company, and Zsolt Hernádi, chairman-CEO of the Hungarian MOL Group – the prime minister’s press chief Bertalan Havasi announced.
Liu Shaoang won the 500-meter men's short-distance speed skating competition at the Beijing Winter Olympics on Sunday. He is Hungary's first individual gold medalist at the Winter Games.
Reduced VAT on gasoline and diesel oil in Poland and the Fuel Price Cap introduced by the Hungarian government are pushing more and more drivers from Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to top up their tanks in Poland and Hungary. Photo by Marcin Bielecki / PAP (JAP)
Energy ministers of the Visegrad Group – Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia – and officials in charge of energy from Germany and Austria discussed the planning and establishment of a European hydrogen ecosystem at a meeting in Budapest on Tuesday. Photo by PAP/Łukasz Gągulski
The international federation of water sports, FINA, announced on Monday that the 2022 World Championships will be held this year, but not at the originally planned venue in Fukuoka, but in Budapest!