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The stability of the Western Balkans is the key to the stability of Europe

Katalin Novák underlined that peace in the Western Balkans is a guarantee for peace in Europe, which is why it is of

Katalin Novák visited Hungarian soldiers injured in Kosovo and now recovering in hospital

On Wednesday morning, the President of Hungary visited the Hungarian soldiers who were injured in Kosovo and are alre

Statement by the President of Hungary on the injured Hungarian soldiers serving in KFOR

As the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, I wish a speedy recovery to all the soldiers injured in Kosovo while serving w

It is an uplifting feeling to experience the unity of the nation - Katalin Novák at the Csíksomlyó Pilgrimage

"It is an uplifting feeling to experience the unity of the nation", said Katalin Novák, summing up the experience of

Applications for the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship Programme open again

Component B of the Stipendium Peregrinum Scholarship Programme (STIPI), which covers the costs of study abroad for th

Address by President of Hungary Katalin Novák on Hungarian Defence Day

This year, the Hungarian Defence Forces celebrate their 175th anniversary.

Katalin Novák's speech at the UN Meeting on Disaster Risk Reduction

Europe seemed to be a calm, peaceful continent in the last 70 years.

For peace at the Summit of European Heads of State and Government in Reykjavík

"I hope the next Summit of the Council of Europe will find us in a peaceful, strong, unified Europe of stable nation-

Katalin Novák: the war in Ukraine and the demographic crisis are threatening Europe

"The war in our immediate neighbourhood, in Ukraine, also affects us, and we are also confronted with demographic cha