26 February 2013
The Hungarian Government signed a strategic partnership agreement with Audi Hungaria Motor Ltd. The signing ceremony took place in Parliament with the participation of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
25 February 2013
Parliament's budgetary and economic committee will interview the prime minister's candidate to head the National Bank of Hungary on Friday afternoon, Viktor Orban said on commercial HirTV.
25 February 2013
On 25 February, in remembrance of the victims of communist dictatorships, a memorial event took place in plot 300 of the Rákoskeresztúr New Public Cemetery.
22 February 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held his traditional state-of-the-nation speech on 22 February in Budapest, providing a comprehensive assessment of the past year’s achievements and paving the way for future steps of the country.
19 February 2013
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán presented two Lebanese businessmen with the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary for the development of Hungarian-Lebanese relations. Mr. Orbán emphasized that Hungary understands the East's message, and so has many prestigious friends in the East.
15 February 2013
Hungary’s recent dollar-based bond issue has proven that the country is capable of standing on its own feet, without the assistance of the International Monetary Fund, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on public Kossuth Rádió’s morning show "180 minutes".
14 February 2013
Hungarian farmers could expect an additional HUF 480-500 billion in direct subsidies during the EU’s next seven-year financing period, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Thursday, following talks with the President of the National Association of Hungarian Farmers’ Societies (Magosz).
12 February 2013
German car manufacturer Opel is expanding its unit in Szentgotthárd. The project is worth EUR 130 million, which will create 160 new jobs and increase production space by 1600 square meters, announced Opel’s Deputy President Joachim Koschnicke at the press briefing, which was held jointly with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. The Prime Minister called the investment project unprecedented.
11 February 2013
"Last week’s agreement on the European Union’s budget for the next seven-year period is the single biggest success from Hungary’s point of view since the country joined the EU in 2004", Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in his pre-agenda speech at the opening of the spring session of the Parliament on 11 February. The Prime Minister stressed that Hungary had achieved almost everything it possibly could have from last week's agreement.
10 February 2013
Hungary will be second behind only Lithuania within the European Union with regard to per capita funding, and Hungary will receive increased net per capita funding despite a drop in the EU's total budget, according to the 2014-2020 financial framework agreed in Brussels on Friday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated.