Ambassador György Szapáry and György Granasztói presented Professor John Lukács with the Széchenyi Grand Prize at his home in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania on June 18.
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On June 11, the Hungarian Embassy in cooperation with the Embassy of Austria and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Fall of the Iron Curtain with a series of events in Washington, D.C.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is set to represent Hungary at the inauguration ceremony of Ukraine's president-elect Petro Poroshenko in Kiev on Saturday.
The pain of losing Hungary's freedom is the driving force behind the memorial to the victims of the German occupation in Budapest's Szabadság Square, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated in a letter of reply to thirty Jewish American members of congress.
Join us on June 11 at 3PM in the Library of Congress for a panel with leading academics from America and Europe.
The Hungarian Embassy and the Hungarian Cultural Institute in New York in cooperation with the Kennedy Center have organized an evening of Hungarian Jewish Music with Grammy Award winner trumpet player, Frank London. The concert was performed on May 28th in front of a full house.
The Hungarian Embassy initiated the introduction of Central European business opportunities to Texas companies at the event in Austin Texas on May 1st, 2014.
Ambassador Szapáry attended the funeral of Ernő Széchényi Jr. relative of Count László Széchényi, the first Hungarian Ambassador („Minister Delegate” during 1921-1933) to the United States. Olga Major from the Embassy staff sang the Hungarian and United States anthems at the interment.
Application deadlines for The Hungary Initiatives Foundation grants are approaching