EU Cohesion Policy: Inauguration of the renovated metro line in Budapest

The renovated M3 or ‘blue’ metro line in Budapest, Hungary, was inaugurated and opened to passengers. The renovation of this line – whose 17,4 km make it the longest in the city – and of 20 metro stations started in November 2017 and benefitted from €453 million Cohesion Policy funding from the 2014-2020 programming period, out of a total […]

The Court confirms that the case of a serious threat to national security, its general and undifferentiated preservation

vA súlyos általános egészségmegőrzés elleni küzdelem érdekében – az arányosság elve szigorúan – megkövetelhetik különösen az ilyen adatok célzott és/vagy gyors, valamint az IP-címek és differenciálatlanság.

Four teachers received an Order of Academic Palms

On February 4, 2022, the Ambassador of France presented the Academy Palm Award to four outstanding teachers. Accompanied by their families and loved ones, the laureates testified to their strong attachment to their profession in the service of promoting the French language and Francophone culture. Congratulations to Angele Kutasi, Judit Lengyel, Mrs. Zsuzsanna Stiffel and […]

Wizz Air is launching a new summer flight from Budapest to the island of Crete

Wizz Air is already preparing for the upcoming summer season, launching a new direct flight from Budapest to the seaside town of Chania on the island of Crete from 13 June. According to the information, tickets for the new flights can already be booked on wizzair.com or via the airline’s mobile app.

Kásler Sets Up Body to Select Hospital Heads

Miklós Kásler, the minister of human resources, on Tuesday sent official invitations to officials the government has nominated to participate in a new body tasked with proposing appointments to head state hospitals. The new body headed by Ferenc Óberfrank, a representative of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), will make proposals in respect of the […]

Preventive medical training at the KFOR Tactical Reserve Battalion

The troops of KFOR Tactical Reserve Battalion (KTRBN) have started to broaden their knowledge on care assistant skills. The purpose of this kind of training is that soldiers who are already able to carry out tactical casualty care could get such additional abilities so they can support the health services in case of need.