Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone was presented with the Middle Cross of the Hungarian Order of Merit prior to his concert in Budapest on Wednesday.
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Zsolt Nyitrai continues his work as the prime minister’s commissioner responsible for governmental HR decisions.
Although the end of the Hungarian Presidency is approaching, work on EU affairs goes on, with the Polish partners soon to get into the focus, Minister of State for Infocommunication Zsolt Nyitrai said at the Telecommunication and Information Society Dossiers delivery ceremony on 22 June 2011 in Eger.
Digital Agenda: fast progress needed to ensure sufficient spectrum allocation in the EU – joint statement
Talks about agreement on an EU strategy for management of Europe’s radio spectrum, one of the most important legislative proposals of the Digital Agenda for Europe.
We have to strengthen the trust of citizens in digital services and to provide everyone with access to broadband Internet, said Zsolt Nyitrai.
IT security, one of the priorities of the Hungarian Presidency, was an indispensable constituent of efficient policing, life and property saving – Minister of State for Infocommunication Zsolt Nyitrai of the Ministry of National Development pointed out at the opening ceremony on Tetra World Congress and exhibition on 25 May 2011 in Budapest.
Zsolt Nyitrai, Minister of State for Infocommunication of the Hungarian Ministry of National Development opened the Future Internet Assembly in Budapest. The Minister underlined that… Read More »M2M communication to transform the future of internet
Minister of State for Infocommunication, Zsolt Nyitrai of the Ministry of National Development opened the two-day conference Future of Audiovisual Industry organised by the Hungarian Presidency in the Ethnographical Museum in Budapest, on 19 April 2011.
The Hungarian Presidency organised a meeting at Balatonfüred on 14-15 April 2011, about the protection of IT infrastructures in Europe. Each Member State of the European Union was represented at the meeting, which was addressed, among others, by Vice-President of the European Commission for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes during the professional programmes.VIDEO