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Tashkent Amir Temur Square
Welcome to the site of the Embassy of Hungary in Tashkent!
The Embassy of Hungary in Tashkent is the focal point for the increasingly strengthening ties between Hungary and the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as accredited country Turkmenistan.
Hungary and Uzbekistan have established diplomatic relations in 1992, and our bilateral ties grew substantially in the past years, after the opening of the Embassy in 2016. In 2023 Uzbekistan has also opened an Embassy in Budapest, which is a great sign of the interest of businesspersons, students, researchers and artists to cooperate in their respective fields. The Embassy of Hungary in Tashkent is here to support these endeavors.
The website of the Embassy aims to be your one stop resource to access information about the activities of the Embassy – and Hungary generally – in the country and in relation to cultural opportunities, business, education. We encourage Uzbek people to explore Hungary and also Hungarians to explore Uzbekistan. The consular section of the Embassy is open to the citizens wishing to engage with Hungary.
You are welcome to reach out to the Embassy – you can count on our support in your activities that enrich the Hungary-Uzbek ties.
News & Highlights
As a result of the coronavirus epidemic, there has been a renewed worldwide interest in the work of Ignác Semmelweis. The Hungarian National Museum's Semmelweis Museum of Medical History, Library and Databank has created a virtual exhibition in English presenting the life of a great Hungarian doctor.Read More
2020. július 17. Uzbekistan holds extraordinary economic opportunities for Hungarian enterprises, the market appearance of which is being facilitated by a 95-million-dollar credit line provided by the Hungarian Export-Import Bank”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó declared during his visit to Tashkent on Thursday. In a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI, Mr. Szijjártó said: “Political and economic cooperation between the two countries has never been as active as it is today”. “One of the foundations of Hungarian-Uzbekistani relations is political trust, the development of which was also facilitated by the fact that during the European high-point of the coronavirus epidemic Hungary received 650 thousand face masks for Uzbekistan to enable it to assure the protection of healthcare workers”, Mr. Szijjártó added.Read More
Certain unidentified persons are taking advantage of the situation generated by the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID19) global pandemic with the intention to commit fraud. Various cases have been reported where persons acting on behalf of fictious companies or companies in liquidation were approaching foreign healthcare institutions with business offers, claiming to be in possession of a large supply of health protective equipment (mainly facial masks). In such cases, down payment was required in return for the promised shipment.,Eventually, various excuses where used as to why the promised goods were never actually delivered to the intended purchaser.Read More
A magyar érdek az, hogy minél több forrásból és útvonalon érkezhessen gáz Magyarországra, Türkmenisztán pedig - Oroszország, Irán és Katar után - a világ negyedik legnagyobb földgázkészletével rendelkezik, így abban vagyunk érdekeltek, hogy a türkmén gáz el tudjon jutni Európába - mondta a Külgazdasági- és Külügyminisztérium (KKM) tájékoztatásért és Magyarország nemzetközi megjelenítéséért felelős államtitkára kedden Budapesten.Read More