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On the occasion of the 27th Budapest Pride Festival, embassies and cultural institutes expressed support for members of the LGBTQI+ community.
Embassies and cultural institutions in Hungary join to remember the tragic deaths of Europe's Roma people, and condemn xenophobia, discrimination, and racism.
The Prime Minister spoke to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán this evening.
The UK submitted this written statement during the Universal Periodic Review Adoption for Hungary.
Joint leaders' statement by the UK and Visegrád Group (V4).
The Prime Minister spoke to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán this afternoon to discuss the deteriorating situation in Ukraine.
Ben Wallace met with defence counterparts in Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia to strengthen the Allied response to tensions on Ukraine's border with Russia
The UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Indonesia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia and Liberia gave a joint statement on preventing sexual violence in conflict.
The UK delivered the statement on Hungary at the 39th Session of Universal Periodic Review (UPR), sharing recommendations to improve their human rights record.
The British Embassy and consulates have been holding a series of meetings to inform British citizens working and living in Hungary about their rights after the 31 January 2020.
Information about possible Transboundary Environmental Impacts (UNECE Espoo Convention and UNECE Aarhus Convention)
Mr Paul Fox has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to Hungary in succession to Mr Iain Lindsay OBE who will be retiring from the Diplomatic Service.
The UK Government has today (16 September) launched a major information campaign urging UK nationals living in Hungary to get ready for Brexit on 31 October.
Joint statement signed by 33 Embassies and the British Council in Hungary on the occasion of the 24th Budapest Pride Festival.
Last weekend [Sunday 14 April] Scottish Secretary David Mundell led thousands of people through the streets of Budapest for the 2019 March of the Living Hungary.
Meetings for citizens of Central and Eastern European countries residing in the UK took place on 11-12 February 2019 in Glasgow and Leeds.
Meetings for citizens of Central and Eastern European countries residing in the UK will take place in February 2019 in Glasgow and Leeds.
On 9 January Ambassador Iain Lindsay and Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for EU Affairs held a townhall meeting for British nationals.
The Foreign Affairs Council will formally adopt a sanctions regime on chemical weapons, tabled by the UK and France after the Syria and Salisbury attacks.
Her Majesty´s Ambassador to Hungary, Iain Lindsay OBE, writes to UK Nationals living in Hungary about the UK´s departure from the EU.
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