Five people have been awarded by the Békés County Council, recognizing their work for the diversity, language and culture of the nationalities. Each year the Békés County Council organizes a celebration of the 18th of December National Day. This year, the national prize, founded by the General Assembly, was awarded in Békés. The goal ofREAD MORE
The Romanian-Hungarian White Corbis Library was inaugurated in Cluj-Napoca. During the event, the students from George Bariţiu High School recited in Romanian the poem “Walesi bárdok” by Arany János and “Szeptember végén” written by Petőfi Sándor, creating a more pleasant atmosphere during the event. Those present listened with excitement the poem in Romanian, mourning theREAD MORE
Imre Nagy is a hero of Hungary, prime minister twice, his second term during the tragic and failed revolution of 1956. Nagy was captured and tried by the Communists and executed in 1958. He was buried in an unmarked grave. Nagy’s name could not to be mentioned during the Kádár regime. At his reburial inREAD MORE
In the past days Romania has celebrated its Centenary of the Great Union. At these moments of genuine celebration, by the pride of being Romanian and belonging to this wonderful country, on the bed of a hospital in Târgu Mureş the 88-year-old, Hajdu Gyozo died – a man of great quality, a real example forREAD MORE
The Year of the Centenary, the issue of coexistence and ethnicity inspired the theatrical experiment titled “99.6%”, the premiere of which was on November 12th at 19:00 in the Reactor Cultural Center. From the point of view of genre the production was titled as a collective one, realized by 9 Hungarian and Romanian artists, who,READ MORE
On December 1 Romania held a military parade to celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Great Union, the foundation of modern-day Romania. On this day in 1918 the National Assembly was held in Alba Julia (Gyulafehérvár in Hungarian), where 1,228 elected delegates adopted the union resolution. The declaration promised “full national freedom” to all minoritiesREAD MORE
The first survey conducted jointly in Romania and the United States, “Romania and America in the Centenary, reciprocal mirrors”, was conducted by Inscop Research – Romania and The Polling Company – USA. The collaboration between the two countries through which it offers mutual support in conducting sociological studies both in Romania and other countries inREAD MORE
Eduard Habsburgis a Hungarian-German writer, diplomat and social media personality who has served since 2015 as ambassador of Hungary to the Holy See and the Sovereign Order of Malta. A great-great-grandson of Emperor Franz Joseph, he is also known as Archduke Eduard of Austria. Ambassador Habsburg and his wife, Baroness Maria Theresia von Gudenus, haveREAD MORE
In just a few months, the confidence of the Romanian people in the European Union has fallen by 10%, according to the recently published Eurobarometer survey. According to updated data, fewer than half of Romanians, 49%, have positive opinion about the membership in the European Union. However, at a referendum, only 17% of Romanians wouldREAD MORE
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