UNICEF’s Child Friendly City 2019 title has been awarded to Tata, in western Hungary, and Jászboldogháza, in the country’s central-east.
Science is a “shared edifice” on which the researchers of vastly different nations work to understand the same truths, President János Áder said at the opening of the World Science Forum in Budapest.
The first two of 20 helicopters purchased for the Hungarian army have arrived at Szolnok airbase, the base’s commander said.
Three Hungarian hotels operating in historic castles have been awarded by Heritage Hotels of Europe as an appreciation of the work done to “bring the historic buildings back to life”, the Association of Hungarian Historic Buildings and Castle Hotels said.
The World Science Forum (WSF) conference will be held in Budapest between Nov. 20 and 23, bringing together representatives of over 100 countries.
Gradual cooldown is expected for this week – says the Hungarian Meteorology Service; by the end of the week, the highest temperatures will be around 10 Celsius degrees.
Hungary signed an economic cooperation agreement with Malaysia on Friday. The agreement was signed by Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Malaysia’s Minister of International Trade and Industry Darell Leiking in Budapest.
Comedy-drama Bad Poems fetched the audience prize at the week-long 19th Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles which showed feature and television films, as well as documentaries, shorts and animation films for children, the National Film Fund said.
A Confucius Institute set up in cooperation between Debrecen University and Tianjin University opened in the central building of the University of Debrecen.
Utility poles damaged by strong wind in Kisszállás, southern Hungary on 13 November 2019.