Remarks by Ambassador David B. Cornstein at the Official Independence Day Celebration

This is a very, very important day for every American.  It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor, if you’re white, brown, black.  It doesn’t matter if you are a first-year immigrant into our country or if you’re a fourth generation.  This is a day that we celebrate our freedom and it’s very, very important. 
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Nicolle Rochelle Concert in Budapest

Remarks by the Chargé d’Affaires David Kostelancik at a Concert Featuring Nicolle Rochelle and the Hot Jazz Band Kassa Jazz Boat December 4, 2017   Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen!  Jó estét kívánok! This year, Szent Miklós has brought me my gift a day early – the chance to be here with all of you ...
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Universal Children’s Day at the U.S. Embassy, Budapest

In commemoration of Universal Children’s Day, and working with our friends at UNICEF , the Embassy welcomed students from two local schools: the Mozgásjavító Általános Iskola és Gimnázium and Apácsai Cere János Gyakorló Gimnázium.  We were delighted to share with these wonderful students information about what the Embassy and the people who work here do every ...
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Remarks at the opening of Alex Webb’s The Suffering of Light photographic exhibit

Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. David J. Kostelancik at the opening of Alex Webb’s The Suffering of Light photographic exhibit Műcsarnok, Budapest February 28, 2017 – as prepared for delivery – Deputy Mayor Szalay-Bobrovniczky, Director Szegő, Director of the Budapest Photo Festival Mucsy, Curator for this exhibit and the Festival Ms. Szarka, and of course, our ...
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Remarks on the occasion of an Unveiling of Statues of Hannah Arendt and Zbigniew Herbert

It is a great pleasure to join you today for the unveiling of statues of two great thinkers and authors, Hannah Arendt and Zbigniew Herbert.  In their works, both reflect on their survival through turmoil and war.  And their accomplishments and writings continue to inspire discussion and debate today.
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