May I please welcome You as the Ambassador of Hungary accredited to the Kingdom of Thailand.I am proud to represent a more than 1000 year-old European nation, one of Europe’s economically most successful and politically most stabil countries in amazing Thailand. Our Team’s goal is to bring these fantastic countries closer to each other, and to develop our cooperation based on mutual respect and interest in fields, which serve the future, the prosperity of the two nations.
Business, trade, education, innovation, IT, water, agriculture, smart cities – to name a few fields in our focus. Thailand is already the second most important trade partner of Hungary in the ASEAN region. It is my endeavour to make Hungary the closest Central European friend of Thailand - this vibrant and proud country full of life and potential.
Come and visit us! Create business connections in the country with the lowest corporate tax rate in the European Union! Study in renowned Hungarian Universities! Get acquainted with the country, which gave the world the most Nobel Prize winners per capita! Feel good in Budapest, the city voted the „Coolest Capital in Europe”!
Team Hungary is at Your service here, in the centre of Bangkok. We are pleased to assist those of You who live in Laos and Myanmar, two great countries that belong to our portfolio, too.
News & Highlights
H. E. János Áder, President of the Republic of Hungary paid an official visit to the Lao PDR, on October 24-27, at the invitation of President Bounnhang Vorachith to enhance the relations and cooperation between Laos and Hungary in multiple areas, especially in the field of sustainable development, water management, agriculture and education. President Áder held talks with his Laotian counterpart Bounnhang Vorachith, Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith and National Assembly President Pany Yathotu.Read More
On 3rd of October, 2019 Mr. Uttama Savanayana Thai Finance Minister received Ambassador Szilveszter Bus, Ambassador. During the meeting the parties introduced their countries’ economic situation, aspirations and revealed a number of similarities between the two countries in the field of economic policy.Read More
On 27 September 2019, H.E. Szilveszter Bus, Ambassador of Hungary to Thailand paid an official visit to H. E. Prawit Wongsuwon, Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, who is also responsible to supervise the Office of National Water Resources. At the meeting, H.E Szilveszter Bus handed over the invitation of H.E Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary to the Deputy Prime Minister to attend the Budapest Water Summit in 2019. During the visit Ambassador Bus outlined Hungary’s flagship role in the field of water diplomacy and technology, while Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon praised Hungary’s water diplomacy activities, welcomed the ever closer cooperation between the two countries in the field of water management, and expressed his appreciation to Hungary for its higher education scholarships to Thai students.Read More
In several respects, Europe finds itself at a crossroads. Fundamental decisions have to be made which will determine the fate of the continent. Some of the major challenges Europe is facing today have a bearing on the Christian identity of the continent. This thousand-year old identity could provide inspiration for finding the appropriate answers to these challenges. This puts a particular responsibility on the shoulders of Christian-affiliated media and more generally of journalists who are guided by the teachings of the Church in their everyday work. Bringing together eminent persons dealing with contemporary issues of Christian civilization and the Christian segment of the press for an intensive exchange of views would give an impetus to the reflection process already going on in Europe and form the current political discourse.Read More
On 7 March 2019 Ambassador Szilveszter Bus and our diplomats visited the Government House to meet with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and discuss the ever growing relations between Hungary and Thailand. We exchanged views and ideas about our solid and dynamic common portfolio from commerce to education, from water management to culture, from food safety to tourism promotion.Read More