The embassy regularly issues an overview of trends and news items on business in Hungary and the presence of Dutch companies.
Alphons ter Avest uses everyday objects as a basis and works with reproduction techniques like silkscreen printing and metal casting. Anke Land makes photographs, drawings and wall hangings. Her way of working is for the greater part a mental process, the results of which she sets down in pictures. Read on...
Jaap Scholten is a journalist and writer living in Budapest for many years. His book translated into English for international debut by Corvina Publishing House is about “the vanishing world of the Transylvanian aristocracy”.
It all began with a handful of cycling demonstrators in Budapest in the mid-2000`s, who came together to demonstrate for a more bicycle-friendly infrastructure.
The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary and the World Customs Organisation (WCO) organised a seminar on the Authorised Economic Operator concept in the Regional Training Centre of the World Customs Organisation (WCO) in Budapest on 3rd – 5th April. Representatives of 14 countries of the WCO Europe Region participated in this seminar.
The Spinoza House in Budapest has been a unique cultural venue for a decade now, offering a great variety of programmes ranging from literature to music, cabaret and theatre.
The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary organized a seminar on the possibilities for improving cooperation against crimes threatening economic and financial security of the European Union, sponsered by OLAF.
Charge d’affaires Bea ten Tusscher and Dutch Defence Attaché Lt. Col. Arthur Beglinger witnessed the return of the Hungarian Provincial Reconstruction Team from Afghanistan on March 28. This team took over from the Dutch PRT and did a great job over the past 6,5 years. They received a warm welcome back from Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at the airport.
Today the National Investiture Committee is launching the Song for the King. You can help write it! We're calling on Dutch people around the world to show how creative they are.
On 23 March, BMC was opened by director László Gőz and prime minister Viktor Orbán. The Centre hosts a concert hall, a jazz club, a recording studio, a music library, and artist-in-residency facilities. The internationally recognized Péter Eötvös Foundations have also found a new home here.