Nothing will change for Hungarians living in the United Kingdom after it leaves the European Union, the British ambassador to Hungary said.
Hungary’s Raoul Wallenberg Award was this year presented to six people in Budapest on Thursday.
The Turkish government lifted a two-and-a-half-year ban on Wikipedia on Wednesday, restoring access to the online encyclopedia a month after the country’s top court ruled that blocking it was unconstitutional.
The number of guest nights spent in commercial lodgings in Hungary rose by 4.8% year on year to 2,083,000 in November, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
The Hungarian doctors’ chamber (MOK) has worked out a proposal aimed at increasing the salaries of doctors to reach 70% of the salaries in Austria’s health sector, the deputy head of the chamber told a press conference.
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL has refilled the Hungarian oil reserves which were used when contaminated oil was delivered through the Druzhba pipeline last April, the daily Népszava cited the company as saying.
Police have concluded an investigation into two Dutch citizens who were arrested for selling drugs at Sziget Festival in Budapest last summer, the head of the criminal department of the Budapest police headquarters said.
Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport inaugurated a pier to serve low-fare airline passengers that will gradually be expanded in an 8.5 billion forint (EUR 25.5m) investment.
The lucky winner of Hungary’s all-time-record lottery prize of 30 million euros has submitted their claim, state gambling company Szerencsejáték said.
Thirty percent of Earth’s surface across land and sea should become protected areas by 2030 to ensure the viability of ecosystems essential to human wellbeing, according to a UN plan released Monday.