Foreign ministers Péter Szijjártó of Hungary and Marcelo Ebrard of Mexico have signed an agreement on cooperation in education and space research, the Mexican embassy in Budapest told MTI on Friday.
Police have detained a Hungarian man suspected of promising to arrange honorary consular positions in Africa for money, the public prosecutor’s office said on Friday.
President Katalin Novák visited the wall on the US-Mexico border, and handed a state honour to Hungarian-born psychologist Edith Éger on Thursday, the third day of her official visit to the United States.
The Critics Choice Association Women’s Committee is proud to announce the launch of a new initiative to recognize female-forward film and TV programming: The Seal of Female Empowerment in Entertainment. Called the “SOFEE,” the Seal recognizes outstanding new films and television series that illuminate the female experience and perspective through authentically told female-driven stories.
The 13th annual DTLA Film Festival was held last week at Regal L.A. LIVE. On the closing night, 19th of September they announced the winners. Florencia Krochik’s “The Rest of Us,” a feature documentary about DACA kids shot over a decade, won Best Picture.
President Katalin Novák will head Hungary’s delegation at the 77th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, the presidential office told MTI.
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Hungary regards Africa as a continent of opportunities and the future, and will seek to build cooperation based on mutual respect and interests with the countries there, the foreign ministry’s state secretary for aiding persecuted Christians told the opening of the Hungary-Africa Week event in Budapest on Monday.
President Katalin Novák will attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom on September 19, the website Telex said on Monday, citing sources from the Sándor Palace, the president’s office.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a telegram to his UK counterpart, Liz Truss, expressing his sympathies to her and the people of the United Kingdom over the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the PM’s press chief said on Friday.