The American Nationalities Movement of Ohio presented Katalin Gulden their Freedom Award at its 53rd Annual Captive Nations Dinner on July 17, 2014.
Ambassador György Szapáry participated in the inauguration ceremony of Robert Knuepfer in Chicago attended by family, friends, coworkers and business partners.
Hungary welcomes the strong bipartisan support of the Domestic Prosperity and Global Freedom Act (H.R. 6.) which would expedite the approval of US natural gas exports, passed today in the House of Representatives.
Energy security has been one of the priorities for Hungary’s presidency of the Visegrad Group over the past year, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Tuesday at a press conference in Budapest attended by V4 Heads of Governments, following an event marking the end of Hungary's one-year V4 Presidency.
Ambassador György Szapáry and György Granasztói presented Professor John Lukács with the Széchenyi Grand Prize at his home in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania on June 18.
Application for the job with Hungarian and English CV including the applicant’s photo and a motivation letter to e-mail address: vELIobv2imYnVzaW5lc3Mud2FzQG1mYS5nb3YuaHU= until June 27, 2014.
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.