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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD: REMEMBERING THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TREATY OF TRIANON WITH HUNGARY

The Honorable Andy Harris of Maryland read the following statement titled "REMEMBERING THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TREATY OF TRIANON WITH HUNGARY" in the House of Representatives of the United States Congress on Thursday, June 4, 2020.
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Hungary remains committed to the success of the Three Seas Initiative

Hungary has recently decided to join the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) Investment Fund, and offered to host the 3SI permanent Secretariat in Budapest. Hungary, together with the U.S. Administration and Congress strongly supports the 12 member strong regional initiative that aims to increase connectivity, security and further economic growth in the region. As the Initiative enters into its operative phase with the first project grants to be awarded, Hungary looks forward with working all stakeholders, including the United States, to make the project a transatlantic success story.
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Five Hungarian agro-startups learn about US market possibilities

Five Hungarian agro-innovation companies presented their services to American investment experts. One of the main goals of the HunAgriPower virtual event, which prepares the companies to enter the overseas market, was to give Hungarian startups an insight into the operation of the US agricultural market and to receive professional feedback on their products and services that can contribute to the development of their export activities.
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Call for Applications : Budapest Fellowship Program 2020

The Hungary Initiatives Foundation together with Mathias Corvinus Collegium (Budapest, Hungary) is proud to announce the establishment of the Budapest Fellowship Program, a full-time, fully-funded transatlantic fellowship opportunity in Budapest, Hungary, for young American scholars and professionals.
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Announcement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary

Certain unidentified persons are taking advantage of the situation generated by the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID19) global pandemic with the intention to commit fraud.
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