PM: Tax Increases ‘Toxic’ for Hungary

Commenting on a European Union initiative to introduce a minimum corporate tax rate, Orbán said “it is in the national interest of Hungary not to accept externally imposed tax regulations” because “tax increases are toxic for its economic system.” He added that the “starting point” for the country’s economic success was a tax system that […]


Canadians Wanted for Murder Arrested in Hungary

Hungarian police have arrested two Canadian nationals wanted on suspicion of murdering a 39-year-old man in Canada’s Hamilton in late February, the National Investigation Bureau’s Rapid Response Unit (KR NNI) said on

Thirteen Arrested for Alleged Drug Trafficking in Hungary as Part of International Operation

Thirteen people have been apprehended for alleged drug trafficking in Hungary by investigators of the National Investigation Bureau’s Rapid Response Unit (KR NNI) as part of an international operation which used an encrypted device company called Anom, developed and managed by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation.


Áder: Preserving Linguistic, Cultural Diversity International Interest

Preserving linguistic and cultural diversity is an interest of all nations, President János Áder said at the World Congress of Finno-Ugric Peoples in Tartu, Estonia. Áder noted that the congress was first held in Syktyvkar, the capital of the Komi Republic in Russia, in 1992, “as a fruit of the cooperation of related nations, on […]

Post Mortem Collects Four Prizes at Spanish Film Festival

Hungarian film director Péter Bergendy’s Post Mortem received four prizes at fantasy and horror film festival Sombra held in Murcia, southern Spain.

Photo of the Day: Exhibition on the Hungarian Order of Saint Paul opening on 15 June

An exhibition on the Hungarian Order of Saint Paul is opening on 15 June 2021 in the National Museum of Budapest.