Hungarian Affair

Photo by Michelle Belliveau
Zsolt N’émet with Marie Royce, Assistant Sec. of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, and Sandor Karolyi
Zsolt N’émet with Marie Royce, Assistant Sec. of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, and Sandor Karolyi

In Washington, DC all things Hungarian lead to the Wesley Heights residence of designer Aniko Gaal Schott & Nash Schott.  On this occasion, it was a welcome dinner in honor of Zsolt Nemeth, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian Parliament and his delegation.  The focus of the evening was on reinforcing US – Hungarian Relations and renewed friendships.  Aniko knows something about that: She has designed Embassies around the world, including Hungary.

The Department of State was well represented, especially by Marie Royce who had just returned from Budapest a few days prior and mentioned the emphasis on Cultural and Educational exchanges as well as the need for cooperation between the two countries.  Zsolt Németh in his remarks expressed that after an 11 year absence there is now a friendly atmosphere between the two countries having had the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visit Hungary recently.

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