PM Orbán in State of the Nation address: The last decade has been the most successful in Hungary’s last 100 years
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Last week, at his joint press conference with Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne, Prime Minister Orbán spoke about Hungary’s goals on the clean energy front, repeating the commitment that we will have 90 percent of our domestic energy supply carbon-neutral by 2030, and we’re on track to get there through both nuclear and renewable energy sources.
President János Áder and his wife are chief patrons of the Seventh Diplomatic Fair at the InterContinental Budapest Hotel on November 26th to raise money for foundations helping children and hospitals
"It became natural in Transylvania and all of Hungary to have villages where churches of up to two or three different denominations would coexist peacefully instead of them having a single state or provincial religion,” the president said
The Hungarian government’s goals is to radically increase the weight of small and medium-sized enterprises in exports. The economy is heavily dependent on foreign trade, with a current export-to-GDP ratio of over 90 percent
Hungary’s position, when discussing the issue of enlargement with his European counterparts, is that Brussels must set a clear timetable with exact deadlines for candidate countries and must also conduct effective talks with them