Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday met Marius Vizer, the chairman of the International Judo Federation (IJF), to discuss the role of sports after the coronavirus pandemic and upcoming events.
According to the family’s announcement the sportswoman has died after suffering from a disease for a very long time.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán welcomes the UEFA’s position to resolutely oppose the plan to set up a European Super League, his press chief said in a statement.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the founder of Hungary’s Puskás Akadémia, congratulated Florentino Pérez on his re-election as president of Real Madrid.
Hungarian football association MLSZ has said that it hopes all tickets will be sold out for four European championship matches to be held in Budapest’s Puskás Arena.
Olympic skeet shooting champion Diána Igaly has died of complications related to Covid-19, aged 56, the secretary general of the Hungarian Shooting Association has confirmed.
The opposition Democratic Coalition has asked in a letter to the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) how many fans will be allowed to see the four Euro 2020 soccer matches to be played in Budapest’s Puskás Stadium in June.
Qatar’s football team played a 1-1 draw with the Irish in Tuesday’s preparation match in Debrecen.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has congratulated International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach on his re-election.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó has met Tamayo Murakawa, Japan’s minister in charge of the Olympics. In a video posted on Facebook after the meeting in Japan, Szijjártó said preparations for the Olympics were now more complex than ever, adding the world was “rooting” for its success.