Joint Article by the Foreign Ministers of the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia
President Áder delivered the following speech at the March of the Living Remembrance in Auschwitz on April 28, 2014.
The President of Hungary H.E. János Áder and Ambassador György Szapáry joined Ernő Rubik the Hungarian creator of the Rubik's Cube to open an interactive exhibition entitled Beyond Rubik’s Cube at the Liberty Science Center (LSC) in New Jersey.
The Hungarian National Trading House (HNTH) was established in 2013 by the Hungarian Government and the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
According to the organisers, 15 thousand people, including politicians and diplomats, participated in the 12th annual March of the Living in Budapest on Sunday. The marchers started off from the Pest side of the Elisabeth Bridge, where a statue called March of the Living was inaugurated, and walked along Rákóczi Avenue to the Keleti railway station, where a message from Israeli President Shimon Peres was displayed on a large screen.
The Consulate will be closed on April 21. Wishing everyone a happy holiday!
Hungary held Parliamentary elections on April 6th. The center right governing party of Fidesz and their Christian-democratic partner (KDNP) won a clear majority.
Ambassador Szapáry visited Minneapolis to open the Honorary Consulate. Csilla Grauzer will represent Hungary in the State of Minnesota as Honorary Consul. During his visit the Ambassador met the Hungarian community, visited the Minnesota Trade Office and the Immigration History Research Center.
In the latest ranking of fDi Magazine, a publication of the Financial Times Group, Budapest appears as the most attractive city for capital investment in Eastern Europe in 2014-2015
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Please do not forget to bring your Hungarian IDs when voting in person. Acceptable forms of identification are the following: Hungarian photo ID card (személyazonosító igazolvány), a valid Hungarian passport or a valid Hungarian Driver’s Licence.