Greek MPs Visit Beloiannisz Village in Hungary

The Greek Parliament delegation -which participated in the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Budapest from May 15 to 18) - had the opportunity to get acquainted...

Hungary Looks to Block Entry of Thousands of Migrants

Thousands of migrants rode trains and buses and walked through FYROM and Serbia on Sunday in an effort to get to European Union member...

Orthodox Service Held in the Hungarian City of Kecskemét after 100 Years

Last Sunday an Orthodox Episcopal service was held in the historical church of Holy Trinity in the Hungarian city Kecskemét celebrated by the Greek...

Heavily Indebted Greek Village in Hungary

A Greek village in Hungary appears to have followed the same financial policies as our country over the past years. The the village of...

FYROM’s Ex Premier Gruevski Requests Political Asylum in Hungary

The former Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Nikola Gruevski, posted a status on his personal Facebook page stating that...

Chatzis’ 100th Marked In Hungary

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Dimitris Chatzis (1913-1981), the Press and Communication Office of the Greek Embassy in...

Orthodox Church Supports Hellenism in Hungary

The Greek Ambassador to Hungary, Spyridon Georgiles, emphasized during a discussion held on the occasion of the Blessing of the Waters and the casting...

“Three-Day Promotion & Presentation of Greek Tourism” Organized in Hungary

The stimulation of the flow of tourists from Hungary to Greece for this summer, the promotion of the Mediterranean diet and the Greek products...

Mass Held at Historic Greek Church in Hungary

A mass was held at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Karcaq, Hungary to celebrate its historic service. It was founded in 1789...

Commemorative Plaque in Honor of Eminent Diaspora Greek Nicholaos Doumpas

Greeks in Hungary paid tribute to an eminent Diaspora Greek of the 19th century, Macedonian Nicholaos Doumpas, whose life and work highlighting the universality...