The Czech Presidency held its first formal General Affairs Council meeting
Hungary was represented at the General Affairs Council meeting of 20 September 2022 by Minister Judit Varga. The Council was chaired by Mikuláš Bek, Czech Minister of EU Affairs, while the European Commission was represented by Vice-Presidents Maroš Šefčovič and Dubravka Šuica as well as Commissioner Didier Reynders.
Extraordinary Energy Council
At the Extraordinary Energy Council on 9 September 2022, ministers discussed the necessary and possible emergency measures to mitigate high energy prices and had an exchange of views on the security of supply situation and preparedness in the EU for the winter season.
CAP Strategic Plans and food security were in the main focus at the Agrifish Council in July
Agriculture ministers exchanged views on the approval process of CAP Strategic Plans, on market situation, especially following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, and on the sustainable use of plant production products on the 18th of July in Brussels.
Economic and Financial Affairs Council - 12 July 2022
At the last ECOFIN meeting before the summer, ministers discussed in detail the economic and financial consequences of Russia's aggression against Ukraine.
Hungary remains committed to peace and security
On 11 July 2022, the Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union hosted an informal meeting of interior ministers in Prague (Czech Republic). Hungary was represented by Minister of Interior Sándor Pintér.