Welcome to the official website of the Embassy of Hungary in Tallinn.
On our website we would like to share with you materials that we consider useful or important, and thus may be of assistance to Hungarian citizens visiting or living in Estonia, as well as to those interested in Hungary.
I would also like to draw your attention to the official Facebook-page, of our Embassy and the website of the Liszt Institute - Hungarian Cultural Center Tallinn, where you can find up-to-date information on the activities and programmes of the Embassy and the Institute.
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News & Highlights
In 2021, Hungary had a number of achievements in the field of space research and industry. Space diplomacy is playing an increasingly important role in promoting Hungarian scientific and technological research and innovation, contributing to the development of Hungarian education and the strengthening of our space companies.
#SpeakOut: Ambassadors to Estonia join UNiTE campaign: „Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now!“Ambassadors and embassies in Estonia speak out and take a stand - Hungary joins the 16-day international campaign against Gender-Based Violence “Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now!” Read More
PM Orbán in an interview with German daily Stern: Our view is that Europe is made up of sovereign nations
“In Hungary, we say that you can only be a good European if you are a good Hungarian,” Prime Minister Orbán said in an interview published yesterday in the German daily Stern. The prime minister elaborated on why Hungarians oppose the EU’s centralization endeavors, what Hungary expects from the EU, the rule of law in Hungary, Islam and migration.Read More
Ever since assuming power in 2010, the economic target of the Fidesz-Christian Democrats-led government has been to ensure that Hungary exceeds the average European economic growth level by at least 2 percentage points.Read More
The prime minister said a new online national consultation survey will be launched in February on “issues regarding reopening” the country.Read More
The foreign minister said Christianity was the most persecuted religion in the world, with more than 250 million Christians facing violence and persecution every day for their faith.Read More