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Orsolya Pacsay-Tomassich

ORSOLYA PACSAY-TOMASSICH is an economist and a diplomat. Currently she is the Minister of State for International Affairs at the Ministry for Human Capacities. She received her degree in economics in 1997 and a PhD in military science in 2007 from the National University of Public Service. Dr Pacsay-Tomassich worked at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in various positions until 2003 including head of the cabinet of Deputy State Secretary responsible for multilateral policies and head of the Visegrád Cooperation Desk. Between 2013-2016 she was the Foreign Policy Director at Századvég Foundation and Foreign Relations Director at the Századvég Economic Research Institute. Since 2016 she has been a member of the editorial board of Hungarian Review.


19 November 2018
"Exceptional gratitude and honour, however, is due to a Danish martyr of the Hungarian Revolution, UN diplomat Povl Bang-Jensen, who gave his life for “the Hungarian cause”. He truly was a man who felt obliged to reveal the truth to the world, attempting to arouse the conscience of statesmen and decision-makers at the highest international forums. For several years this Danish diplomat showed implacable resolve in dealing with the delicate international issues surrounding the Hungarian Revolution and of the brutal Soviet military intervention which crushed it."

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