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  • Bokros was the finance minister during the Socialist government of Gyula Horn (1994-8) and was renowned for introducing a set of austerity measures commonly referred to as the “Bokros Package.”

    Hungary?s premier resigns without clear successor

  • Then-Austrian Foreign Minister Alois Mock and his Hungarian counterpart Gyula Horn, had travelled to the Austrian-Hungarian border to show that the divisions of postwar Europe were coming to an end.

    History

  • As he is only 43, he is unlikely to have had a sinister Communist past, unlike Mr Medgyessy or, some years back, Gyula Horn.

    Non-news: Hungarians do something unexpected

  • On March 10ht 1989 the foreign minister Gyula Horn signed the treaty with his soviet counterpart Shevardnadze for the withdrawal of soviet troops and got verbal assurances from Gorbachev that he has the freedom to act in accordance to Hungary's national sovereignty as far as Hungary's internal affairs were concerned, and soviet troops will not interfere.

    WN.com - Financial News

  • In the brief years of their rule through the 1990s, Lech Walesa, the former leader of Poland's Solidarity movement, and the Hungarian Democratic Forum managed to implement reforms and irreversibly changed the direction of their respective countries, eventually losing out to former Communists Aleksander Kwasniewski and Gyula Horn, the analyst writes.

    RIA Novosti

  • Gyula Horn, the Hungarian foreign minister, travelled to the border with Alois Mock, his Austrian counterpart.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Gyula Horn cutting barbed wire at border between Austria and Hungary,

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • Bokros was the finance minister during the Socialist government of Gyula Horn (1994-8) and was renowned for introducing a set of austerity measures commonly referred to as the "Bokros Package."

    Ohmynews International

  • On June 27, 1989, the then-foreign ministers of Hungary, Gyula Horn, and Austria, Alois Mock, cut through some barbed wire on the border between the two countries, putting a symbolic end to a physical and psychological boundary of which by then there was little left.

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

  • President Clinton has invited Hungarian Prime Minister Gyula Horn to make a working visit to Washington on June 6.

    Hungarian Prime Minister Gyula Horn To Visit In June

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