Hungary encourages economic cooperation between V4 and Germany to restore Europe’s strength and competitiveness
The foreign minister said the government seeks to improve export possibilities for Hungarian companies worldwide and to entice foreign companies to invest in Hungary in an ever more competitive international environment
Last week, Budapest played host to the 7th China-CEEC Summit, gathering Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the prime ministers, heads of state and senior figures from 11 EU member states and five non-EU countries to advance cooperation between China and Central and Eastern Europe.
Hungary’s economy has been gaining strength since 2010. Unemployment is currently the 4th lowest within the EU, the rate of GDP growth is amongst the highest, and the volume of investment increased by 25 percent during the first six months of this year
Hungary says that in order to restore political and social support for international free trade agreements national and global interests must be harmonized
Hungary says nuclear energy discrimination in Europe is unacceptable and Member States should decide what energy they use
"We expect the European Union to stop hindering the Paks expansion and to immediately issue the final authorization for the expansion of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant," Hungary's foreign minister has said
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Budapest on Thursday. President Putin said that he was in agreement with PM Orbán about the need to strengthen cooperation in the fight against international terrorism