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New chapter in Hungarian-Slovakian relations

Budapest ( Monitoring Desk )Relations between Hungary and Slovakia are based on political and personal trust, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated following the summit of Hungarian and Slovak government officials organised in Budapest. Slovak Head of Government Robert Fico envisaged success for Hungary and Slovakia and stressed the importance of a closer Central European cooperation.

Accident investigation and rescue exercise organised by a Hungarian railway company- an example for Pakistan Railway as well

Budapest ( Special Report ) Accident investigation and rescue exercise organised by a Hungarian railway company can be helpful for countries where that kind of accidents occur. Pakistan is one of such countries.Railway professionals and ambulance, police and fire service representatives also participated in the rescue exercise organised by GYSEV Zrt. in Sopron on 19 June 2013. During the simulation a yard locomotive collided with two motor vehicles.

Over 60 projects are presented on the second open day of EU development projects

Budapest - The National Development Agency (NDA) organised the open day of European Union development projects for the second time on 15 June 2013, at which over 60 development projects implemented within the framework of the New Széchenyi Plan were presented to the public nationally, said Nándor Csepreghy, Deputy State Secretary for Development Projects of the Ministry for National Development (MND).

Hungary faces the highest flood wave of all time

Budapest ( World Monitoring Desk ) Hungary will face the highest flood wave of all time and should prepare for the worst, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Győr, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron County in north-western Hungary says a press released issued by the Hungarian embassy on Monday.

Europe’s recovery is essential for Hungarian economic expansion

Budapest ( Special Report ) At the press conference organised to evaluate the Government’s economic policy over the past three years, Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga said that the Hungarian Government and Brussels are also expecting economic growth to be about 1.5% for 2014, which is a realistic estimate, but if Europe succeeds in emerging from the recession, increased exports will mean even greater growth for Hungary.

Little hope that they were still alive ....................Prayers for their well being

Islamabad ( Diplomatic Reporter )The search for Hungary’s most successful mountaineer of all time, Zsolt Erőss and his companion, Péter Kiss was stopped after the two disappeared at 8,000 metres while descending from Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world on the boundary between Nepal and India.

Search for Hungarian mountaineers stopped

Budapest; May 23, 2013- The search for Hungary’s most successful mountaineer of all time, Zsolt Erőss and his companion, Péter Kiss was stopped after the two disappeared at 8,000 metres while descending from Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world on the boundary between Nepal and India.

Hungarian-Georgian joint economic committee to be established

Islamabad; May 14, 2013 { PR } State Secretary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó announced at a press briefing today that a Hungarian-Georgian joint economic committee would be set up later this year, a press release from Hungarian embassy here said.

Opening to the East policy continues with Indonesian Minister’s visit to Hungary

Budapest; April 19, 2013 { PR } Minister for National Economy Mihály Varga received Indonesia’s Minister of Public Works Djoko Kirmanto in his office today.
The Minister’s visit was a follow-up to the consultations in Hungary by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the beginning of March this year.

The meeting focused on cooperation within the field of water supply, and therefore visits to several water supply facilities are also on Minister Kirmanto’s agenda.

“East-West Strings: Sufi Musical Fusion Evening ” Where strings of East meet West to create Rhythm to remember

Islamabad; 15 April 2013: The National Library Auditorium was charged with sound of classical music being played by Pakistani and Hungarian musicians. They were singing the duet tunes for Sufi fusion music and the audiences cheered and clapped on the sound of the music.

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