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THE WORLD'S MOST POPULATED SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRY RECOGNIZED THOSE HUNGARIAN STUDENTS WHO HAVE DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES IN THEIR SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDIES AT SECONDARY LEVEL

Budapest, Hungary, May 29th, 2018. – David Renato Nájera Rivas Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mexico in Hungary, organized on May 29, 2018 in his Residence a reception to recognize the most outstanding Hungarian students of the 2017/18 school year who have distinguished themselves in their Spanish language studies at secondary level.

The most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world has chosen between two thousand students of eleven secondary schools in Hungary the best 34 Hungarian students who have distinguished themselves in their Spanish language studies at secondary level, who received their awards from the Ambassador of Mexico in this country in a special ceremony.

Among the eleven Hungarian high schools we can find institutions from Budapest, Debrecen, Kecskemét, Miskolc, Pécs, Szeged and Veszprém that allow their students to study in Spanish, among others. At this reception, apart from the representatives of the schools, Latin American Ambassadors accredited in Hungary, former Hungarian Ambassadors in Mexico, high ranking Hungarian officials, as well as representatives of Hungarian universities and the Cervantes Institute in Budapest have also participated.

The Embassy of Mexico in Hungary presented for the first time in its history diplomas and commemorative medals to recognize outstanding Hungarian students, which clearly reflects the commitment of the Mexican government to strengthen ties of cooperation between the two countries in the cultural-educational field.

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List of the educational institutions represented


The represented schools are the Gyula Illyés High School in Budaörs, the Mihály Babits High School in Budapest, the Klára Leövey High School in Budapest, the Mihály Fazekas High School in Debrecen, the János Bolyai High School in Kecskemét, the Ottó Herman High School in Miskolc, the Zoltán Kodály High School in Pécs, the István Tömörkény High School in Szeged, the Albert Vetési High School in Veszprém, the Hungarian-Spanish Bilingual Institute Mihály Károlyi in Kispest, as well as the SEK Budapest International School.