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Deputy State Secretary for Migration and International Organization Affairs Ferenc Dancs visited Washington, D.C.
Deputy State Secretary for Migration and International Organization Affairs Ferenc Dancs visited Washington, D.C. between September 9-11. While in town, DSS Dancs met with his American counterparts at the U.S. Department of State.Read More
The Kossuth Foundation supports Hungarian artists with an Art & Craft Show. Come, look around and purchase some gifts for your loved ones.Read More
Bolivian President Evo Morales, when meeting Pope Francis a few years ago, presented the Holy Father with a crucifix mounted on a hammer and sickle. The stunt prompted a debate that never seems to go away, whether it takes place on the world stage or in obscure religious journals: Is there a religious case for communism?Read More
The U.S. State Department has approved the sale of AIM-120C-7 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM), the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on 27 August.Read More
Two years ago, Prime Minister Orbán asked the European Commission to support Hungary – and the EU’s own border defense efforts – by covering half of what it cost to reinforce our southern border, a fence erected in 2015 on an important external border of the EU that has blocked a major human trafficking route and reduced illegal crossings into the EU along that border to close to zero. We had to wait a while for the response, and the answer they gave us is a disgrace.Read More
Today, August 21, 2019, marks the day when the new Defense Cooperation Agreement between Hungary and the United States enters into force.Read More