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+ - OMRI Daily Digest - 9 January 1995 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

Vol. 1, No. 6, 9 January 1995

ROMANIA. Radio Bucharest on 7 January quoted a spokesman for the
Hungarian Ministry of Defense as denying a report in the
independent Romanian daily Ziua that his country intends to
purchase military equipment from Romania. The spokesman also
denied a report by the Hungarian news agency MTI that, during talks
held in December with a Romanian military delegation in Budapest,
the immediate and long-range needs of the Hungarian military were
reviewed and that the Romanian side made an offer to which
Budapest did not react. Radio Bucharest's correspondent in Budapest
quoted unidentified "Western diplomatic sources," who said the
Pentagon would view favorably the prospect of military cooperation
between Romania and Hungary. -- Michael Shafir, OMRI, Inc.

[As of 1200 CET]
Compiled by Pete Baumgartner and Steve Kettle

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+ - Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Government (jan.6) (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

N  E  W  S  L  E  T  T  E  R

Republic of Hungary -            Budapest, 1394 . 423
Ministry of Foreign Affairs   Telephone:36(1)156-8000
Press Department               Telefax: 36(1) 156-3801

Budapest, January 06, 1995


President of the Republic: Dr Arpad GONCZ

1055 Budapest, Kossuth L. ter 3-5.
Tel: 268-4000

Head of the Office of the President: Dr  Karoly SZUNYOGH
                                       (Titular State Secretary)

Military Office of the President: Dr Robert  PICK, major general
                                 (Titular State Secretary)

Spokesman of the President: Andras FARAGO


Prime Minister: Dr Gyula HORN (MSZP)

Coalition Deputy Prime Minister: Gabor KUNCZE (SZDSZ)

Minister without Portfolio in charge
of the National Security Affairs: Dr Bela KATONA (MSZP)

1055 Budapest,  Kossuth L. ter 1-3.
Tel: 268-4000

Political State Secretary: Dr Csaba TABAJDI (MSZP)

Head of the Prime Minister's
Cabinet Office,
Political State Secretary: Andras TOTH

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Elemer KISS

Deputy State Secretary: Gyorgy MULLER
                    Gyorgy SZILVASY
                    Jozsef   VERESS

Head of the Government Spokesman's
Office, Spokeswoman of the Government,
Deputy State Secretary:  Evelyn FORRO

Head of the Prime Minister's Secretariat:  Maria BARANYI

Administrative Government Commissioner: Dr Imre VEREBELYI


Minister: Gabor KUNCZE (SZDSZ)

Political State Secretary: Dr Gabor VILAGOSI (SZDSZ)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Istvan ZSUFFA

Deputy State Secretary: Dr. Pal KARA
                    Dr Jozsef THUMA
                        (economic affairs)
                    Dr Maria BARACZKA
                        (public law)
Press Chief: vacant


Minister: Dr Laszlo LAKOS (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Dr Zoltan KIS (SZDSZ)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Peter SZERDAHELYI

Deputy State Secretary: Dr. Csaba LOVASZY
                    Sandor MANNINGER
                    Andras NAGY
                    Jen REDNAGEL
Spokesman, Head of the Press Department: Gabor TAMAS


Minister: Gyorgy KELETI (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Dr Istvan FODOR

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Jozsef FEHER
                                 (major general)

Deputy State Secretary: Laszlo BORSITS
                       (major general) (retired)
                    Dr  Karoly JANZA
                       (major general)
                    Csaba LISZKAY
                       (major general)
                    Tibor TOTH

Spokesman: Lajos ERDELYI


Minister: Dr Pal VASTAGH (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Dr Judit CSIHA (MSZP)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr. Edit Papacsi FLUCK

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Karoly BARD
                    Dr Laszlo KECSKES
                    Dr Csaba KONKOLY
Head of the Press Department, Spokesman: Dr Gyorgy BARANYO


Minister: Laszlo PAL (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Attila Karoly SOOS (SZDSZ)

Administrative State Secretary: Imre DUNAI

State Secretary, Office of European Affairs: Dr Endre JUHASZ

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Gabor GULACSI
                       (economic affairs)
                    Dr Jozsef HEGYHATI
                       (industrial policy)
                    Lajos BERENYI
                    Dr Andras GYARMATI

Head of the Press Department, Press Chief: Dr Judit Fekete GYARFAS


Minister: Dr Ferenc BAJA (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Dr Katalin SZILI (MSZP)

Administrative State Seecretary: Dr Attila KEMENY

Deputy State Secretary: Arpad KOVACS
                        (protection of environment)
                    Dr Peter SZALO
                        (regional development)
                    Dr Janos TARDY
                        (protection of nature and land)

Press Chief: Edina GYENESEY


Minister: Dr Karoly LOTZ (SZDSZ)

Political State Secretary: Kalman KOVACS (SZDSZ)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Sandor GYURKOVICS

Deputy State Secretary: Imre BOLCSKEI
                    Dr Bela HAJOS
                    Dr Ferenc KOVACS
                       (public administration)
                    Dr Peter SCHARLE (acting)

Spokeswoman: Edit Bata PETERY


Minister: Laszlo KOVACS (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Istvan SZENT-IVANYI (SZDSZ)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Ferenc SOMOGYI

Deputy State Secretary: Janos TOTH
                    Dr Istvan PATAKI
                    Andre ERDS
                    Zoltan PERESZLENYI

Director: Bela HAVASI

Spokesman: Gabor SZENTIVANYI


Minister: Dr Magda  KOSA KOVACS (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Lajos HETHY (MSZP)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Gyula PULAY

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Andras BENEDEK
                    Dr Laszlo HERCZOG
                    Dr Geza KOVACS

Press Chief: vacant


Minister: Dr Gabor FODOR (SZDSZ)

Political State Secretary: vacant

Administrative State Secretary: Maria HONTI

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Zoltan BATHORY
                       (public education)
                    Andras TOROK
                       (cultural matters)
                    Tamas SZABO
                       (financial matters)
                    Dr Janos CSIRIK
                       (higher education)

Press Chief: Anna SZEKELY


Minister Dr Pal KOVACS (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Dr Mihaly KOKENY (MSZP)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Laszlo HARSANYI

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Boldizsar BIRO
                    Dr Peter LEPES
                    Dr Istvan KAKUSZI

Spokeswoman: Ildiko GELENCSER


Minister: Dr Laszlo BEKESI (MSZP)

Political State Secretary: Laszlo AKAR (MSZP)

Administrative State Secretary: Dr Tibor DRASKOVICS

Deputy State Secretary: Dr Bela BARTFAI
                    Gyorgy NASZVADI
                    Dr Edit SIMOKA
                     Eva HEGEDUS
                    Akos BALASSA (acting)

Head of the Press Department, Press Chief: Dr Katalin PONICSAN

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+ - Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Newsletter (jan.9) (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

N  E  W  S  L  E  T  T  E  R

Republic of Hungary                             Budapest, 1394 . 423
Ministry of Foreign Affairs                     Telephone:36(1)156-8000
Press Department                                        Telefax: 36(1) 156-3801
6/1995.                                 Budapest, January 09, 1995

Hungarian Press Review

        Budapest, January 6 (MTI) - Nepszabadsag: Former Hungarian
Ambassador to the Vatican Sandor Keresztes does not deem it possible to
examine whether church figures had any past involvement in political
activity. He said that for the Catholic Church, being present in all parts of
the world, even in countries oppressed by dictatorships, is one of its most
important tasks. However, possible abuses should, in his view, be handled
exclusively by the Holy See. (page 4)

        - Nepszabadsag: The Hungarians in Bosnia mainly require food,
medicine and clothing, according to the president of the Humanitarian
Union of Bosnia-Herzegovina Hungarians, Tibor Torok, who fled Sarajevo
by way of a tunnel under the airport. (page 3)

        - Magyar Hirlap: The aim of the Horn government is to have only very
limited state property in the economy by the end of 1997. The
government"s economic cabinet discussed this week, after a first reading,
the three-year economic policy strategy, which states that privatization
should be completed as soon as possible. (pages 1 and 11)

         - Nepszava: Hungarian-Romanian dialogue has picked up
momentum, according to the president of the Democratic Federation of
Hungarians in Romania, Bela Marko. He added that in the short-term, he
sees few chances for concrete results being reached, apart from
declarations of intent. (pages 1 and 9)

        - Nepszabadsag: One of the greatest luxuries in Hungary is to
employ someone as a housecleaner, according to a public opinion poll
carried by the daily on what people consider as a luxury today. (pages 1
and 6)

* * *

        Budapest, January 6 (MTI) - Vilaggazdasag: Austria's membership in
the European Union has a tangible effect on Hungarian tourists, according
to the Austrian Embassy's commercial counsellor, Josef Schwarz. He
details the changes to be expected in passenger traffic and freight
transport at the Hungarian-Austrian border. (pages 1 and 3)
        - Nepszabadsag: The Hungarian financial institution of the Israeli
Leumi Bank will be returned to Hungarian ownership, under an agreement
reached. (page 1)

        - Vilaggazdasag: At the same time, an article reports that the
Hungarian shares of the MHB-Daewo Bank Co. will be purchased by the
South Korean Daewoo Securities Co. Ltd. (page 1)

        - Uj Magyarorszag: Sandor Puhl was elected the best soccer referee
of 1994 by the IFFHS, the international organization dealing with the history
and statistics of soccer. In the interview, Puhl said he feels he is not
sufficiently appreciated in Hungary. (page 15)

        - Nemzeti Sport: In an interview with the sports daily, Puhl said he
refereed the Brazil vs. Italy World Cup final in 1994 as a replacement for
Danish referee Peter Mikkelsen, but he would like to have the opportunity to
congratulate Mikkelsen on his refereeing after the 1998 World Cup final in
France. (page 5)

        - Magyar Nemzet: Three prominent Hungarian entrepreneurs, the
chairman and two presidium members of the Hungarian Federation of
Industrialists, plan to set up a consortium aimed at resolving the economic
and social crisis in northern Hungary, and to launch development in the
region. According to the daily's information, the development concept
would link North Hungary with Eastern Slovakia and Sub-Carpathia-

Latin American Integration and Hungary

        Budapest, January 6 (MTI) - The common external customs border
established by four Latin American countries, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
and Paraguay (Mercosur) will not considerably influence Hungary's external
economic relations, said Laszlo Balla, staff member in charge of external
relations with Latin American countries, at the Ministry of Industry and
trade, in an interview with MTI today.

        The average custom tariff in force in Mercosur countries is at 14 per

        In the course of eleven months in 1994 trade between Hungary and
these countries regarding exports totalled USD 23.8 million. The volume of
imports attained USD 136.9 million.

        The unbalanced foreign trade is due to Hungary "s sizable imports of
soy bean.

        Bela Szatmary, an official at the Ministry, told MTI that Hungary has
for long fostered good trade ties with Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina, three
countries in the free trade zone that has been organized for years.

        Hungary's biggest partner in the region is Brazil, followed by
Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay.

        The foreign trading company Transelektro is in the process of
handling energy deals in Uruguay.

        The share of Latin America in Hungary's exports with the developing
countries totalled 9 to 10 per cent in eleven months of 1994, but rose to 14
per cent by the end of the year.

        The share of the same region in Hungary's imports from the
developing countries totalled 35 to 40 per cent, mainly due to purchases of
Brazilian soybean.

        The changed business policy pursued by Hungarian companies
which have been transferred into foreign ownership giving preferential
treatment to other markets, nevertheless pushed trends in Hungary's
foreign trade into a negative direction. Meanwhile the reduced commodity
funds do not exert a positive influence on foreign trade, he said.

Humanitarian Association of Hungarians in Bosnia Holds
Press Briefing

        Budapest, January 6 (MTI) - "The purpose of our work is to ease the
sufferings caused by war, and our organization wants to serve
humanitarian purposes regardless of national affiliation, Tibor Torok,
president of the Humanitarian Association of Hungarians in Bosnia-
Herczegovina, told a press conference in Budapest today. (Some 1,200
ethnic Hungarians live in Bosnia.)

        He said he wants to prove during his current visit to Hungary that aid
shipments bound for Sarajevos can reach their destination.

        He said he had conferred with officials at the Hungarian Red Cross,
the Ministry of Culture and Public Education, and the Office of Hungarians
Beyond the Borders, and wants to meet representatives of the World
Federation of Hungarians and the Maltese Charity Service.

        Andras Szekely, head of department at the Office of Hungarians
Beyond the Borders, said there is real hope to send an aid shipment to
Sarajevo by rallying round social organizations and foundations in

        He said she expects assistance from the Lajos Mocsary Foundation
which meets social and health community requirements, to cover the costs
of transportation.

        Szekely also mentioned that it was possible to provide medical
treatment for Hungarian born wounded people from Bosnia in Hungary with
the support of the Helping Right Hand Foundation.

Minister of Industry Pal on Cleveland Investment Conference

        Budapest, January 6 (MTI) - The Hungarian delegation leaving for the
conference on investments to be staged in Cleveland on January 12 and 13
intends to primarily familiarize the participants with investment
opportunities in the infrastructure, public health, the pharmaceutical
industry and vehicle and machine engineering in Hungary, said the Minister
of Industry and Trade Laszlo Pal at a press briefing in Budapest today.

        Delegations from 14 countries in Central-Eastern Europe will attend
the conference where experts are due to examine investment opportunities
open to American capital in Eastern Europe.

        Pal confirmed that the Hungarian government would be represented
by Zoltan Kis, state secretary for agriculture, finance state secretary Tibor
Draskovics, Istvan Major, general secretary of the Ministry of Industry and
Trade, and Ferenc Bartha, government commissioner in charge of

        Major companies including Matav Telecommunications Plc, Mol Oil
and Gas Industry Plc and several industrial and agricultural companies,
facing privatization will be represented in the Hungarian delegation.

        The conference is to be hosted by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

        It will be opened by Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown and on
the second day, at the plenary session an address will be delivered by U.S.
President Bill Clinton.

        Apart from the plenary session eight working groups will be set up to
deal with various industries.

        The conference is expected to provide good opportunities for both
Hungarian and American companies to develop business ties and promote
the further influx of American capital to Hungary.

        So far more than USD 8 billion worth of foreign capital has been
invested in Hungary, of which USD 3.1-3.2 billion is represented by
American investments.
        The United States is Hungary's largest capital investor.

        American investors present in Hungary include such major firms as
Ameritech, General Electric, US West, PepsiCo. Inc. and Ford.

Hungarian, Croatian Chiefs of Staff Meet

        Kaszo, January 6 (MTI) - On Friday the chiefs of staff of the
Hungarian and Croatian armies had a landmark meeting at Kaszo, Somogy
County, South Hungary.

        Lieutenant-General Sandor Nemeth, chief of staff of the Hungarian
army, and General Janko Bobetko, chief of staff of the Croatian army,
exchanged information on defence policy issues of mutual interest and
possible forms of cooperation.

        At the press conference following the meeting, General Bobetko
stressed that this was the first time that the military leaders of the
sovereign Republic of Croatia had visited Hungary.

        The general said his talks with his hosts had been direct and sincere,
and their positions were basically the same on the professional and
defence policy issues they had discussed.

        He said he was certain that the Croatian and the Hungarian armies
would be able to efficiently cooperate in the future and thus strengthen
good-neighbourly relations.

        General Bobetko announced that he had invited Lieutenant-General
Nemeth to Croatia.

        Lieutenant-General Nemeth accepted the invitation with gratitude.

        The date of the visit is not decided yet, but it will be soon settled,
Nemeth promised.

        The events going on beyond the southern border are of extreme
importance for Hungary, the lieutenant-general pointed out.

        The two sides voiced their wish to come to agreement regarding the
air-space traffic of the two border zones, and to get informed in the shortest
possible time of everything happening there.

        An accord is planned to be signed later to set down the details of

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+ - CET - 10 January 1995 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

10 JANUARY 1995
Volume 2, Issue 7
**US Hosts Conference**
  High level delegations from a dozen central European countries,
  including Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic will visit
  Cleveland, Ohio this Thursday and Friday for an investment
  conference. They'll be meeting with representatives of 350 US
  businesses and President Bill Clinton and Commerce Secretary Ron
  Brown will address the conference. Hungary's Minister of Energy
  and Trade spokeswoman Judit Gyarfas says her country has
  attracted over 50% of American investment in the region so far
  and hopes to keep up the pace.
  "Of course we have to compete but we are lucky to have a good
  infrastructure, a skill labor force and political stability and
  I think taking into consideration these phenomena we have good
  The so-called Cleveland Conference is designed to demonstrate
  American commitment to the region. Central European officials
  attending the meeting expect concrete results.
**Old Soviet Resentment Costs Europe Oil** 
  The flow of Russian crude oil along the so-called Friendship
  Pipeline through Ukraine has been cut off again. Russia remains
  in a deadlock with Ukraine over Kiev's desire to almost double
  its oil transit tariff. Ukraine wants to raise its transit
  tariff to 2 and a half dollars a ton, from the dollar 30 a ton
  it charged last year. One of the Czech Republic's two main oil
  refineries, Chemopetrol Litvinov, says it'll begin buying
  state-owned crude reserves today if the tariff dispute is not
  settled. The company says its supply of Russian crude was cut
  off yesterday morning. The pipeline also supplies Slovakia and
**Changing the Dark Hungarian Psyche** 
  by Lucy Hooker
  Doctor's call it the 'Hungarian suicide puzzle'. Nobody knows why
  more people commit suicide in Hungary than in other countries -
  but they do. Hungary is consistently among the top three
  countries in the world for rates of suicide per 100,000 people.
  Almost four times as many people commit suicide in Hungary as in
  Britain or America. And around 20% of Hungary's population is
  estimated to be suffering from some kind of psychological
  disorder. Now, though, Hungarian psychiatrists have come up with
  a project to improve treatment of psychological disorders and,
  as a result bring down the suicide rate. But its based on an as
  yet unproven Swedish model. CET took a look at the Release from
  Anxiety programme. Popular myth has it that more suicides occur
  during the Christmas season than at other times of the year.
  While most people are surrounded by loved ones, severe
  depression sets in amongst those left out of the yuletide
  warmth. But Professor Mihaly Arato, of the Hungarian Institute
  for Psychiatry says this theory is simply not true.
  "There is a general belief and it has been checked out in
  several countries including the USA on a national sample, and
  there was no excess suicide on the national holidays on
  Christmas and New Years Day or any other."
  Arato says suicide is more likely the result of clinical
  depression than seasonal mood swings. And for treatment the
  emphasis should be placed on the treatment of long term
  psychiatric disorders. Arato says the best way to prevent
  depression-based suicide and is by increasing awareness. Its
  true that every fourth or fifth Hungarian suffering from
  depression takes his or her life, but still, most Hungarians
  simply don't know that its a result of mental illness.
  "A couple of years ago we got almost all the modern medicines,
  but in a word it is public education or psychological culture.
  Hungarian people just don't know anything about psychic
  problems, psychological disorders, psychiatric problems."
  To get the word out to the people, a series of television
  programmes aired earlier this year, laying the groundwork for
  the public education part of the project. These programmes
  showed a series of people who have already benefited from
  receiving psychiatric treatment. As one middle-aged housewife
  explained, she used to suffer from visions of herself grabbing a
  kitchen knife and plunging it into her husband. Subsequently she
  realised the vision was all in her head, but it took psychiatric
  treatment for her to eventually get her imagination under
  control. This sort of publicity is supposed to remove the stigma
  attached to mental illness and teach the public that treatment
  can help. Arato and his colleagues are taking the process one
  step further through an experimental programme in Nagykanizsa
  county in south -western Hungary. The project is based on a
  similar programme on Gottland island, in Sweden in the 1980s.
  The Nagykanizsa region was selected at random as a typical
  county where doctors and residents could go through a joint
  education process. Local General Practitioners, unused to
  treating mood disorders, are given intensive training in how to
  treat psychiatric problems. And the 20 hours of coursework the
  doctors have received, is already having an effect. Dr. Gyula
  Szabo has worked for 2 decades near Nagykanizsa. He says he is
  already putting into practice much of what he has learnt in the
  "I had lots of problems with particular patients. For 20 years I
  couldn't solve their problems. Then I went on the course three
  weeks ago and I realised I had dealt with a lot of patients in
  the wrong way. After the course I started to treat about 20 of
  my patients the way they had taught us. Of the 20, 10 showed
  concrete improvements."
  Although it is too early to tell whether the programme will have
  and effect on suicide statistics, doctors are optimistic. Szabo
  says there have been 13 suicides during his career in the town
  of Kiskanizsa, just outside Nagykanizsa....and he reckons, that
  with what he has learnt in the course, he could have prevented
  about half of them. Maybe but the success of the programme could
  be only temporary. That was the case in Sweden. Although suicide
  rates there decreased dramatically while the project was in
  practice - falling by half in the first year - Dr. Arato says,
  as soon as the education programme had finished, suicide
  statistics in Gottland reverted back to their old pattern.
  "Unfortunately the scientific value of this experiment is more
  interesting in this way because in this way, they really didn't
  pursue this line or do any systematic follow up and in a few
  years time the suicide rate climbed up again."
  Obviously, the Swedish course won't be the sole solution to
  Hungary's high suicide rate. If Hungary wants to make a
  consistent impact on its suicide statistics, programmes like it
  will have to be national and continuous education and follow-up
  will have to be more permanent.
* CET On-Line - copyright 1994 Word Up! Inc. and Cameron M. Hewes.
  All rights reserved.  This publication may be freely forwarded, 
  archived, or otherwise distributed in electronic format only so 
  long as this notice, and all other information contained in this 
  publication is included.  For-profit distribution of this 
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  prohibited.  For more information, contact the publishers.
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