Hungarissimo brings the splendor of Hungary to Tirana

2022-11-03 12:57:17Biznes SHKRUAR NGA REDAKSIA VOX

4iG, the Hungarian investor of ALBtelecom and ONE supports Hungarissimo, which brings the Hungarian Culture Week, with a series of unique events

The Hungarian Culture Week is coming to several cities of Albania, during November 2-6.

The activities starting on November 2, with the opening of the exhibition of two Hungarian artists along the Pedonales area, will be accompanied by a series of cultural events for the general public.

International Cultural Weeks (ICW) 2022 is an initiative of the Ministry of Culture, supported by the Municipality of Tirana and Tirana Youth Capital, which brings to Albania the sounds, images, aromas and tastes of 18 countries of the world, including Hungary.

The Hungarissimo Festival is supported by the 4iG Group, which is the largest Hungarian investor in Albania, following the acquisition of ONE Telecommunications and ALBtelecom.

During the press conference held today at the National Historical Museum, Mr. Robert Budafoki, Vice President of 4iG International, in Tirana, wishing success to all the artists of the festival, among other things added:

"We are pleased to support the Hungarissimo Festival, which will help promote and further strengthen the ties between our two countries, through diverse and interesting activities. The mission of Hungarissimo is quite similar to our mission in Albania. Both are we promote the connections between Hungarian investments and expertise, with the exceptional Albanian resources. Our ultimate goal remains to offer the best services to Albanian citizens and above all to promote digital innovation in Albania."

The Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Culture, Mrs. Meri Kumbe emphasized that:

"International Cultural Weeks, an initiative of the Albanian Government and the Ministry of Culture, comes precisely to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Albania's Independence and the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations with Hungary. Our aim is to turn Albania into an open international stage, where each country can present the diverse colors of its country's culture, but at the same time we create ways of communication for the community of artists and not only."

Mr. Adam Lovassy, ??Deputy Ambassador of the Hungarian Embassy in Tirana appreciated the initiative of the Ministry of Culture and the cooperation of the two countries, which this year celebrate the 100th anniversary of friendship.

In addition to Tirana, Fieri will be another city where a selected artistic program will be presented, while the night of November 5 will be dedicated to the sounds of music and the enjoyment of art and traditional Hungarian cuisine.

This series of events will culminate with the Grand Gala night, dedicated to classical orchestral music, in the theater of Korça, with the participation of many Albanian and foreign artists who perform in different countries of the world.

Hungarissimo has now become a traditional festival, which will continue to be an annual part of the recognition and exchange of Hungarian traditions, art, culture and cuisine.

 

 

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