The opening of the FUEN Congress in livestream – be there!07.09.2023
The 67th FUEN Congress in Pécs/Fünfkirchen/Pečuh, Hungary, begins this afternoon. Europe's largest meeting of autochthonous national minorities and language communities starts at 3 p.m. with the opening event in the Kodály Centre with greetings from
- Ibolya Hock-Englender, Chairperson of the LdU
- Loránt Vincze, FUEN President and MEP
- Attila Péterffy, Mayor of Pécs / Fünfkirchen / Pečuh
- Árpád János Potápi, State Secretary for Hungarian Communities Abroad
- Dr. Elisabeth Sándor-Szalay, Deputy Ombudsperson for Minority Rights and Member of the Council of Europe FCNM Advisory Committee
- Emmerich Ritter, Chairman of the Nationalities Committee in the Hungarian Parliament
This will be followed by the presentation of the FUEN Prize 2023.
Follow the opening of the congress in our YouTube livestream
You can find the complete programme of the congress and further information at https://congress2023.fuen.org/.
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