The Hungarian Consulate General in New York prides itself on being a vibrant center of the Hungary related scientific activities in the US.
By co-organizing and hosting the 2nd Conference of the Association of Hungarian-American Academicians we have reached a new milestone in our journey.
On Monday in the Parliament Building in Budapest, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told reporters that “The Hungarian Cabinet and the Government of the United States of America will sit down to negotiate the matter of the Central European University”.
The Hungarian Government offers its most sincere condolences to the families of the victims of the London attack, and wishes the injured swift recovery, the Foreign Ministry informed the Hungarian news agency MTI on Wednesday evening.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó pledged increased and extended Hungarian military participation at the international conference against terrorism held in Washington on Wednesday.
Furmint USA has returned to the consulate with some new participant to showcase the very unique Hungarian variety mostly from Tokaj region, but also from Csopak, and the tiny but beautiful Solmó region
„Virtuózok”, the winners of the successful talent show runnning on the Hungarian public service television had the opportunity to show their talent in New York. They gave a remarkable concert at the Consulate General of Hungary, and then - supported and organized by the Armel Operea Festival - they performed to a crowded house in the Weill Recital room of the Carnegie Hall.
On 3rd of march, 2017 the Society of Foreign Consuls in New York celebrated International Women's Day with the participation of 19 countries at the Bohemian Hall, the cultural headquarters of the Consulate General of the Czech Republic, where each country’s nominee recieved a Certificate of Merit.
In partnership with New York Hungarian Scientific Society we organized a fundraiser dinner for the prestigious Hungarian Medical Association of America to benefit their Student Exchange Program that brings Hungarian medical students to the US for different study programs.
It was thrilling to meet representatives of the Greenwich Village (Manhattan, New York City) based First Presbyterian Church and discuss the plans to mark the resting place of Zsuzsanna Kossuth, sister of Lajos (Louis) Kossuth our national hero with a proper and dignifying memorial.
On February 15 in cooperation with the Hungarian National Trading House we had a terrific fashion show directed by the amazing Malena Belafonte, showcasing the works of eight top of the line designers from Hungary