Economy

Novák: Hungary, Poland Call on EC to Make Available Allocations

Hungary and Poland are calling on the European Commission to make arrangements to ensure that the two countries could receive the allocations they are entitled to from the EU Reconstruction Fund, the new Hungarian president said in Warsaw on Tuesday. Katalin Novák held talks in the Polish capital with her Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda.

Police

An indictment was filed against the teacher who abused the children entrusted to her

The Veszprém District Prosecutor’s Office accuses the teacher who endangered the physical, moral, and intellectual development of the children entrusted to her with the crime of endangering a minor and committing minor bodily harm.

At Least 10 People Shot Dead in a Buffalo Supermarket By an Armed Attacker

At least 10 people have been killed when an armed attacker started shooting in a supermarket. The attacker was wearing a bulletproof vest. The incident happened in Buffalo, New York, the U.S. press reported on Saturday.

Culture

New York to Host Second Hungarian Contemporary Arts Festival

The Hungary L!ve contemporary arts festival will be held in New York for the second time between May 23 and 29, featuring theatre performances, concerts, workshops and panel discussions, the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) said on Tuesday.

Ukraine Has Won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest

The 2022 Eurovision Song Contest ended with the victory of Ukraine, which had a huge proportion of European public votes.

Kurtág’s ‘Fin De La Partie’ Performed in Opera Garnier, Paris

World-renowned Hungarian composer György Kurtág’s first opera, Fin de la partie, is being performed at the Opera Garnier in Paris from April 30 to May 19.