The reopening of the Museum of Fine Arts signals the end of an era of cultural policy that “aped others and therefore was mediocre,” Prime Minister Orbán said. In a Europe where national heritage and identity are at peril, the reopening also repays a debt that has been standing for more than seventy years.
Gergely Gulyás: We must all chip in together to fight the effects of the coronavirus
“It has been 22 days since the emergency was declared, and the protection of human life remains paramount,” Gergely Gulyás said. “The budget provides unlimited coverage for defense against the virus; all financial resources are available,” he added.Read more