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Ukrainian musical folklore project receives European Citizen's Prize
The European Parliament has recognised the Polyphony Project, an endeavour dedicated to the exploration, preservation and presentation of Ukrainian musical folklore, awarding the project its European Citizen's Prize in Hungary for 2022.
Stats office to conduct census in Oct-Nov
A census will be conducted in Hungary starting in October, the Central Statistical Office (KSH), said on Friday, noting that it is recruiting 28,000 volunteers as census officers.
Aquatics - Hungary Milak wins men's 200 m butterfly with world record
Kristof Milak of Hungary won the men's 200 m butterfly event with a world record time of 1:50.34 minutes in the 19th World Aquatics Championships in Budapest on Tuesday.
Orban-Zelensky talks: Hungary backs Ukraine's EU aspirations
Volodymyr Zelensky spoke to Viktor Orban by phone on Tuesday, and their discussion focused on Ukraine's bid to join the European Union and Hungary's welcoming of war refugees, Orban's press chief told MTI.
Orban holds talks with IOC president
Prime Minister Viktor Orban discussed topical international sports matters and Hungarian aid provided to Ukrainian athletes with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach, in Budapest, the PM's press chief said on Monday.
Acquatics - Orban meets FINA head
Prime Minister Viktor Orban met Husain Al-Musallam, the head of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) in Budapest, ahead of the start of the 2022 Acquatics World Championships held between June 17 and July 3, the prime minister's press chief said on Friday.
Budapest included in Ulysses Network Project EU programme
Budapest has been included in a two-year cultural scheme of the European Union's Creative Europe programme placing James Joyce's novel Ulysses in a contemporary context, the Budapest City Council said on Thursday.
Szijjarto: Govt supports open, merit-based competition in European soccer
The government supports preserving the open and merit-based system of competition in European soccer, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said on Tuesday.
Diver training tank inaugurated on third anniversary of Danube boat collision
Hungary's first ever diver training tank was inaugurated in Baja, in the south, on Friday, on the occasion of the third anniversary of a deadly boat collision on the River Danube which took the lives of many South Korean tourists in 2019.
Danube embankment section to be closed to traffic from June 20
A section of the lower embankment of the River Danube on the Buda side of the capital will be closed to traffic from June 20 for an estimated two months in connection with renovation works on Budapest's landmark Chain Bridge, transport authority BKK has said.