The EU Threatens To Cripple Hungary's Economy If Orban Vetoes Aid To Ukraine

The EU will sabotage Hungary's economy if Budapest blocks new aid to Ukraine at a summit this week, the Financial Times reports, citing a confidential plan drawn up by Brussels that marks a major escalation in the battle between the Union and its most pro-Russian country. member.

Angelina Jolie to make film in Budapest

After more than 10 years, one of Hollywood's most famous actresses returns to Budapest. Angelina Jolie is expected to shoot a film about Maria Callas in Hungary in October, Budapest Reporter has reported.

The last time Jolie was in Budapest was 13 years ago, when she was directing the Golden Globe-nominated film "In the Land of Blood and Honey."

For Budapest, Prague and Sofia, Brownfield Sites Are No Cure for Housing Blues

Huge projects are due to deliver new neighbourhoods in Prague. Photo: Central Group Priced out

In the Hungarian capital, buyers need more than 16 average annual salaries to buy a 75 square metre (m2) apartment. This means that if you start working at 23 and miraculously don't spend on anything else, at 40 you can own a home. This trend accelerated especially from 2015 on.

"Hungary is at war with Russia?" Orban reacted immediately

During a guest appearance on the radio station "Kosut", he commented on the recent statement of the mayor of Budapest, Gergely Karcsony, who said that "Hungary is already at war with Russia".
"If someone says such things and does not move, that person is simply not in their right mind," Orbn said.

Baerbock vs. Szijjártó: Ended with conflict

As reported by Sputnik, the reason for the disagreements is OTP Bank and the blocking of aid to Ukraine.
According to the words of four diplomats, during the meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday, Germany and Hungary quarreled over the role of the Hungarian bank in the Ukrainian conflict, writes "Politico" analyst Jacopo Barigazzi.

Vesic: Serbia, Hungary to have joint projects on Danube

BUDAPEST - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic met with the president of the Western Balkans committee of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Attila Galambos, in Budapest on Wednesday.

They discussed a bilateral agreement under which Hungary has secured 80 mln euros for projects in Serbia.

Orlic meets with Orban

BUDAPEST - Serbian Parliament Speaker Vladimir Orlic met with Hungarian PM Viktor Orban in Budapest on Monday to discuss continued cooperation in all areas, as well as all crucial issues for the region and Europe.