Covid diplomacy in South Eastern Europe

The media dedicate increasing attention to the issue of vaccine distribution and how it affects post-pandemic recovery. Some commentators and outlets have been focusing especially on the inequalities in the allocations of doses amongst different countries. As a matter of fact, a small number of highly developed countries have already booked an excessive number of doses. The UK, Israel and the US are likely to get enough shots to immunise their entire populaces more than once

Hungarian companies eye Karabakh reconstruction

Hungarian companies are expected to take part in a business forum on the restoration of Karabakh, liberated from Armenian occupation, the Cooperation Council of Turkic-speaking States (Turkic Council) said, according to EURACTIV, an independent …

Hungary administering vaccines ahead of EMA approval

Hungary expects to receive 500,000 doses of the Chinese firm Sinopharm's coronavirus vaccine next week and plans to start administering it soon, becoming the first EU country to use it, prime minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff said on …

Hungarian FM: Turkey 'EU's strategic partner'

The Hungarian foreign minister said his country sees Turkey a strategic partner of the EU, and that Hungary defends a foreign policy based on this principle, instead of one on hostility against Turkey. Following his working visit in …