Next year’s European Parliamentary elections should bring about a change in the community’s policy, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a radio interview on Friday, and warned that „the battle between pro-migration and anti-migration MEPs has not yet been decided”. Continue reading “Orban: European politics must be changed in May”
David B. Cornstein, the United States’ ambassador to Hungary, said he has not experienced any infringement on freedom rights in Hungary and should the case be the opposite, he would certainly speak out against that, in an interview published by Jewish political and cultural magazine Szombat (Shabbat) on Thursday. Continue reading “US ambassador sees no violation of freedom rights in Hungary”
The New York-based Heritage Foundation for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries has expressed appreciation for the Hungarian government’s efforts to renew Hungary’s Jewish cemeteries, in a letter forwarded by the prime minister’s press chief to MTI on Wednesday.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto and Eric Holcomb, the governor of the US state of Indiana, signed an inter-state agreement allowing courses of the state’s Notre Dame University to be held in Hungary. Continue reading “Hungary and Indiana sign education agreement”
Last November the US State Department launched a 700,000 USD program to support media outlets operating outside the capital in Hungary to produce fact-based reporting and increase their audience and economic sustainability. Apparently, the program has been ended without winners. Continue reading “State Department scraps fund for Hungarian media”