Call for Proposals: Embassy Budapest – Small Grants Program

The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Mission in Budapest, Hungary is pleased to announce funding availability through the Mission’s Public Affairs Small grant program. This grants program supports projects of up to $25,000 proposed by Hungarian non-profit organizations, individuals, and cultural/educational organizations that aim to promote mutual understanding between the United States and Hungary. …

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Remarks by Deputy Chief of Mission Dillard at the 50th International Gas Conference

I am honored to be here today at the 50th International Gas Conference, and to speak about the importance of cooperation in advancing energy security.  The United States and Hungary are no strangers to energy cooperation, with a history dating back nearly 85 years.

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Alum of the month: András Gerevich

András Gerevich Writer, translator, editor, and teacher Fulbright Scholar 2001-02 Alum of the month – September 2019   “Be focused, work hard, never shy away from a challenge — but also, learn to relax and enjoy your life” If you are interested in literature you’ve probably already heard about him. He writes, translates, edits and …

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Media Advisory: Budapest City Walks Commemorate Thirty Years of Freedom in Hungary

Walk of Change ’89 – A Szabadság Ritmusa weaves Hungarian and American popular music, culture, foreign policy, and economic policy into an engaging adventure through central Budapest that will motivate us to consider what freedom means to us today as Hungarians and Americans. 

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Chargé Kostelancik at NATO Anniversary Event

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Hungary joining NATO, Charge d’Affaires David Kostelancik spoke to students at the National University of Public Service in Budapest about his experiences working in the U.S. delegation to NATO from 1998-2001, key years building up to and including the accession of Hungary, Czech Republic, and Poland to the Transatlantic alliance.  He was joined by Deputy State Secretary Ferenc …

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Statement: Secretary Pompeo’s Travel to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Belgium, and Iceland

On February 11, Secretary Pompeo will arrive in Budapest, Hungary, where he will meet with Prime Minister Orban, Foreign Minister Szijjarto, Defense Minister Benko to discuss a range of issues in the U.S.-Hungary bilateral relationship, including defense cooperation, energy and regional security, support for Ukraine, and ways to counter Russian and Chinese influence and strengthen …

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“Continued Attention” – U.S. Chargé d’Affaires on Hungary – Interview with Gabor Nagy of HVG

Interview with Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. David J. Kostelancik Published in Hungarian on February 9, 2017   Interim Chargé d’Affaires David Kostelancik is leading the U.S. diplomatic mission to Budapest in cooperation with his Washington superiors until the new Ambassador arrives.  According to him, the U.S. pays attention to civil organizations and as he sees the current …

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