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Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa – The President of Portugal

The 72-year-old law professor and TV personality is known among the Portuguese for his easy-going style. He is also a former leader of the centre-right Social Democratic Party, and has worked closely with the centre-left minority Socialist governments to help tackle the pandemic. He is strongly pro-European and describes his politics as “social right”.

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Portuguese EU Presidency – fair, green and digital recovery

Until the end of the month, 30 June 2021, Portugal will be presiding over the Council of the European Union for the fourth time.
The Portuguese début in these rotating presidencies took place in 1992, between January and June, under the motto “Towards the European Union”. The main achievements under that presidency consisted of the signing of the Treaty on European Union and of the Agreement on the European Economic Area.

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“Love in Action is Service”

Dr Gergely Pataki is a general and plastic and reconstructive surgeon, burn specialist, and a medical economist and manager. He is the founder of Action for the Defenceless People Foundation (2002), and since 2018, he has been acting as the Honorary Consul of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in Hungary. Dr Pataki has also been one of the founders and since December 2019 vice-president of the Council of the Central European Consular Corps. He is a member of several professional associations worldwide and holds several prestigious honours, awards and recognitions.

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The Consular Council will also be introduced at the Hungarian Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade

An illustrious anniversary, as well as a prestigious event of the future, brought to life the Council of Central European Consular Corps presidency meeting on 13 September in Vonyarcvashegy, Hungary.
One of the apropos of the Presidency meeting is that the panel will be introduced at the Hungarian Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade on 24 September.

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The Honorary Consul

The honorary consular institution has its roots in the ancient Greek institution of ‘proxenos’ who represented, without remuneration, the interests of foreign prisoners. The institution was originally created out of necessity, and its origins can be traced back to 8th century China, India and the Middle East.

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