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Hungary: A brief cultural background
Hungary was established as a kingdom in 1000 AD and has always been subject to global movement. It was attacked by the Mongolians in the thirteenth century, occupied by the Turks between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, later occupied by the Habsburg Empire, and in the twentieth century by the armies of the Soviet Union. Some of the country formed part of a province of the Roman Empire called Pannonia, bordered to the east and the north by the River Danube.
Hungary joined NATO in 1999, the EU in 2004, and has been part of the Schengen Zone since the end of 2007.
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The recent history of the region: A brief overview
In 1989, with the collapse of the Iron Curtain dividing Europe, trade relations were re-established within the countries of the region and also between them and the rest of the world. With many countries joining the EU, alongside the economic upsurge of China, international focus on the region has further strengthened. At the outbreak of the 2008 global financial crisis, many companies and countries in the region responded by doubling their export efforts.
The nations of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region use various languages that differ widely.
These factors contribute to an excitingly diverse region with thriving international relations.
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09:15 24 May 2013