The two countries established diplomatic relations on 21 December 1973, following the Federal Republic of Germany’s accession to the United Nations. Hungary laid a milestone for bilateral relations on…
Foreign Minister Maas visits Budapest, commemorating the fall of the Wall and the lifting of the Iron Curtain 30 years ago and calling for European cooperation in the spirit of the events of 1989.
Increasing numbers of German and Hungarian young scientists are cooperating with each other in what is a strong reflection of the close economic links between the two countries.
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas opened the German-Hungarian Forum with his Hungarian counterpart. Alongside commemoration of the opening of the border 30 years ago, the focus of the event is on discussion among young People.
When receiving his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó in Berlin, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas made it clear that, despite all the differences of opinion, the EU must now demonstrate unity.
In talks with Hungary’s Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó on Wednesday (10 January), Gabriel, despite political differences, emphasised the importance of cooperation in the EU.