Horváth Kávai Andrea
Horváth Kávai Andrea


Orbán pledged 118 million euros to Bosnian Serb leader at Budapest meeting

The fact that Milorad Dodik was recently indicted for defying decisions of the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina doesn't seem to bother the Hungarian government.

45 milliárd forintot ígért Orbán a boszniai szerbek vezetőjének a karmelitás találkozón

Milorad Dodik ellen hazájában nemrég vádat emeltek, de ez a magyar kormányt nem zavarja.

The eventful week of a multi-coloured bench

In a show of solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community, the leaders of Budapest’s 9th district had a park bench repainted in the colours of the rainbow. But not everyone shared their sentiment.

Conciliation on education bill a political puppet show according to opposition leader

Neither the representatives of Hungarian teachers' unions, nor those of the student organizations were given the word at the meeting called by the Interior Minister to discuss the proposed...

Foreign tourists targeted in ATM scam in Budapest

The Budapest Metropolitan Police has issued a press release warning foreign tourists to be especially careful when withdrawing money in the party district.

'We'll be sending the invoices to Brussels in a month' – Gulyás

The police's handling of last week's protest in front of the PM's office, inflation, and Hungary having fulfilled all conditions for receiving EU funds were some of the subjects discussed at this...

The canopy walkway without a canopy, built from EU funds

The mayor of a Hungarian village built a canopy walkway on his land, financed by an EU grant. But there are no trees around the walkway, which he claims is so because the forest had reached the end...

Orbán praises Hungarian teachers on day of nationwide strike – but fails to mention the strike

The Hungarian Prime Minister spoke at an event aimed at making vocational training more attractive.

Budapest may face bankruptcy, mayor announces

The mayor and the city’s opposition leadership blames the government for not paying out some of the subsidies owed to the city, but the government says the reason is Karácsony’s bad management.

Hungarian government to oblige supermarkets to launch promotions

The regulation is to be introduced no later than 1 June, and the discount will have to be at least 10 percent.

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