Hungary Foreign relations Stats


Croatia > Date of Establishment January 18, 1992 1992
Date of recognition of Israel None 2011
Date of recognition of Kosovo None 2008
Date of recognition of State of Palestine 23 November 1988 1967
Diplomatic relations with Palestine Yes 1967
Diplomatic representation in the US > Ambassador Szapáry, György György Szapáry 2014
Nepal > Date of Establishment January 15, 1961 1961
Recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia The Hungarian Foreign Ministry issued a statement, regretting the decision of the Russian government and stating that "these decisions do not serve the stability of the Caucasus region and do not advance negotiations over a settlement of the very conflict which has produced severe humanitarian and material consequences". 2014
Recognition of Israel notes title=Hungary Restores Ties With Israel|url= http://www.nytimes.com/1989/09/19/world/hungary-restores-ties-with-israel.html}} </ref> 2011

SOURCES: Wikipedia: Foreign relations of Croatia; Wikipedia: International recognition of Israel (UN member states); Wikipedia: International recognition of Kosovo (United Nations member states); Wikipedia: International recognition of the State of Palestine (Diplomatic recognition); Wikipedia: International recognition of the State of Palestine (Diplomatic recognition) (Either with the Palestinian National Authority, the Palestine Liberation Organization, or the State of Palestine. The institution is specified where known.); Wikipedia: List of ambassadors to the United States; Wikipedia: Foreign relations of Nepal; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_recognition_of_Abkhazia_and_South_Ossetia#States_that_do_not_recognise_Abkhazia_or_South_Ossetia_as_independent


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