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Challanges related to the promotion of energy from renewable sources, increased energy efficiency and mass e-mobility were discussed today at an informal meeting of energy ministers in Slovenia

The informal meeting of energy ministers took place in Slovenia on 21-22 September 2021, where Hungary was represented by Attila Steiner, Secretary of State for Development of Circular economy, Energy and Climate Policy from the Ministry of Innovation and Technology.
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General Affairs Council, 22 September 2021, Brussels

Within the framework of the Hungarian V4 Presidency, a V4 coordination meeting took place before the General Affairs Council meeting on the 21st of September. At the V4 coordination meeting and the General Affairs Council meeting, Hungary was represented by Secretary of State Oszkár Ökrös. At the General Affairs Council meeting, the Council was chaired by Gašper Dovžan, Slovenian Secretary of State for EU Affairs, and the Commission was represented by Vice-Presidents Maroš Šefčovič and Dubravka Šuica.
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European rural areas should be the winners of the new programming period

Main challenges of the rural areas were the main topic of the Informal Meeting of Agricultural Ministers held in Slovenia
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Extraordinary Justice and Home Affairs Meeting, 31 August 2021, Brussels

At the initiative of the Slovenian Presidency, an extraordinary meeting of Justice and Home Affairs Council took place on 31 August 2021. At the meeting, the ministers of interior held a comprehensive discussion on the implications of the situation in Afghanistan in the field of home affairs, and adopted a joint Statement which represents a unified EU approach in this regard. Hungary was represented by Dr. Sándor Pintér, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior.
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Hungary urged support for the beekeeping sector at the meeting of the Agriculture and Fisheries Council on 19 July 2021

Hungary presented concrete proposals for measures to help the beekeeping sector at Monday's Agriculture and Fisheries Council. The document was fully supported by France, Greece, Croatia, Italy and Romania.
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