Hungarian Conservative

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Head of the Communication Department of the Hungarian Prison Service Colonel György Makula explained that the metal cell furnishings of the new prison will be entirely different from the previously
The 2K12 KUB weapon system has been in service in Hungary since the late 1970s; some of the equipment was jointly modernized by the Hungarian and Polish defence industries between
The strengthening of the energy ties between the three neighbouring countries is set to enhance the efficiency and profitability of trading and reinforce Hungary’s energy sovereignty.
The new Criminal Code of Hungary is one of the strictest in Europe, leading to more criminals being sentenced to incarceration for longer periods of time, necessitating larger prison capacities.
Speaking at a ceremony opening a BMW training centre where the first hundred students started their three-year training in September, Szijjártó said the fact that the company had chosen to
The BMW i Vision Dee will be on display for three days in front of the Modem Modern and Contemporary Art Centre, as announced during a press conference at the
At the handover ceremony, Minister of Defence Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky highlighted that the greatest strength of the system, also used in 12 other countries, is its ability to establish a
Márton Nagy described Hungary’s achievements in technology and knowledge transfer as remarkable. According to the Global Innovation Index, Hungary ranks 7th in terms of the utilisation of knowledge in the
The ‘mental gym’ works just like a library. One can visit the room and lend a tech tool as they would a book. The high-tech arsenal of the ‘mental gym’