The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) was set up to popularise the European emergency number 112, co-ordinate the various European emergency centres, and, among others, boost the exchange of views between the specialists dealing with emergency calls. The organisation is holding a conference in Hotel Gellért, Budapest, between 13-15 April 2011.
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In accordance with the European Commission’s Communication published on 1 April 2011, the Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union will also seek greater emphasis on critical information infrastructure protection in the future across Europe and in the world at the Telecom Ministerial Conference hosted in Balatonfüred, Hungary,on 14-15 April 2011.
Zsolt Nyitrai, Minister of State for Infocommunications of the Ministry of National Development congratulated the newly appointed officials of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), among them Ferenc Suba, re-elected Vice Chair and representative of CERT Hungary, at a press conference held in Budapest, 23 March 2011.
Minister of State for Infocommunications Zsolt Nyitrai, representing the Hungarian EU Presidency met Giles Chichester, the European Parliament’s chief rapporteur for ENISA and Christian Ehler and Silvia-Adriana Ticau the dossiers’ shadow rapporteurs and European Commission officials to discuss the proposed temporary extension of the mandate and also the modernisation of ENISA.
[@ 11.03.03.] Zsolt Nyitrai, Minister of State for Infocommunications representing the Ministry of National Development opened the All for Broadband – Broadband for All international conference in Budapest on 3 March, 2011. VIDEO
[@ 11.03.03.] A bilateral meeting in connection with the Hungarian EU Presidency took place between Zsolt Nyitrai, Chair of the Telecommunications Council, and the delegation of AT&T, America’s leading telecommunications company on Wednesday, in the Ministry of National Development.
[@ 11.02.26.] Minister of State for Infocommunications Zsolt Nyitrai, representing the EU Presidency, took part in a working lunch meeting with Brussels representatives of the British Chamber of Commerce.
[@ 11.02.16.] Fast, effective, smart and a clear European consensus is needed for strengthening and preserving Europe’s competitiveness. VIDEO
[@ 11.02.11.] The competitiveness of the European Union is subject to an efficient spectrum policy – the United States shifts into higher speed in the field of spectrum policy.