The Father of Modern Electronics


It is quite safe to say that the world would be a different place without a groundbreaking invention by Polish chemist Jan Czochralski, which you can thank for the scores of products you use daily. Think smartphones, laptops, and scores of other electronic gadgets.

Kuwait in Schengen?


On monday Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó and his Kuwaiti counterpart, Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, discussed a range of topics including the Ukraine war, terrorism, migration, and enhancing Hungarian-Kuwaiti cooperation during a meeting in Budapest.

Here Comes the Lightning


The US State Department has approved a potential $5.6 billion sale of 24 Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighters to the Czech Republic. The deal also includes various weapons, parts, and equipment.

Switch is ON in Slovenia’s Largest Solar Power Plant


Slovenia’s most significant solar power plant has commenced operations. The €5.5 million facility, which has a maximum output of 6 MW, is expected to provide power to roughly 1,800 households. Its unique feature is its direct connection to the 110-kilovolt transmission network and the hybridization with the Brežice Hydropower Plant.

Via Carpatia Under the TEN-T


One of the most ambitious geopolitical projects of our time is getting closer to completion. Investment in communications infrastructure, which is the very foundation of the development of the Three Seas Initiative, is gaining the highest priority.

Baltic Power Emerges


In 2024, a two-year construction project for a Polish wind farm in the Baltic Sea will begin, comprising 70 turbines, which will generate over 1 GW of power. Located 22 km offshore, these new turbines will generate more power than a recently-commissioned Danish farm with 72 turbines.