Coronavirus: How Can Hungarians Stranded Abroad Return Home?
On Monday, March 16, 2020, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that Hungary will close its borders to all passenger transport, and leaders of EU member states have also approved a plan to close the external borders of the union for at least 30 days for non-EU members. Although the restrictions allow Hungarian citizens into the country and Liszt Ferenc International Airport remains open as well, there are fewer and fewer ways every day to get back to the country.
Important information about the coronavirus situation in Hungary
Dear Visitor! You can find the most up-to-date information regarding the Coronavirus Situation in Hungary on the following official websites.
Coronavirus Update: PM Orbán announces new measures to beat the virus
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has announced that Hungary will close its borders for all passenger transport and only Hungarian citizens will be allowed to enter. Other measures will be put into place tomorrow.
Commemorating the 172nd Anniversary of the 1848-49 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight
Today, we remember the heroes and martyrs of the 1848-1849 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight and commemorate the 30th anniversary of the unveiling of the congressional statue of Hungarian Governor Lajos Kossuth at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Presentation on Hungary at Stone Bridge High School on Thursday, March 5
Organized by the Stone Bridge High School, Foreign Policy Diplomat Zsófia Koncz gave a presentation on Hungary, the EU and the U.S.-Hungarian political, security and economic relations to the bright and talented students from the Stone Bridge High School on Thursday, March 5, 2020.