Ukraine's decisions to curb minority rights make it difficult to support the country in the future
Decisions infringing the rights of the Hungarian national community will make it more difficult for Hungary to make sacrificial decisions in support of Ukraine in the coming period, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Monday.
Friends of the Protection of Cultural Heritage Network met again
The 3rd meeting of the Friends of the Protection of Cultural Heritage Network was held on 13 January 2023 at our Permanent Representation.Read More
We will not allow students to be the victims of any decision of Brussels
Hungary's position is clear: we will not allow students to be the victims of any decision of Brussels, and the Hungarian budget will pay the costs of the Erasmus scholarship programme if the dispute with the European Commission cannot be settled, Finance Minister Mihály Varga told MTI on Tuesday in Brussels.
Right balance is needed between promoting innovation and securing affordability of medicines
The upcoming review of the EU pharmaceutical legislation is long awaited by Member States as well as by all the interested stakeholders. In the context of the post-Covid times, healthcare systems are facing new challenges that call for effective response.Read More
News & Highlights
At the Environment Council on 20 December, 2022 in Brussels ministers discussed crucial elements of the nature restoration law. Ministers agreed that biodiversity loss and climate change are strongly interconnected challenges, and the EU has to take urgent and ambitious steps to face them.Read More
Instead of dealing with sensible issues, searching for new sources of energy and developing of infrastructure, the European Union has spent the last few months floundering around the gas price cap, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Monday.Read More
No decision has yet been taken on the EU gas cap; the government still thinks that the introduction of the cap is a bad idea and considers it unnecessary, but several particularly dangerous elements have been removed from the original proposal, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Tuesday.Read More
Member states have listened to Hungary's arguments and on Tuesday morning adopted the Hungarian recovery plan, which will allow the country to draw on EU funds to help its economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, Justice Minister Judit Varga said in Brussels on Tuesday.Read More
Market situation and the new CAP were in the focus at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council in December
Ministers of agriculture exchanged views among others on the market situation and the state of play and the new challenges of the CAP Strategic Plans in their meeting held on 11-12th of December in Brussels.Read More