January 29, 2008 - United Nations Permanent Mission of Hungary, NYC

HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION

and Reception on the Occasion of the
Opening of the Exhibition at the United Nations:

"Carl Lutz and the Legendary Glass House in Budapest"

and the visit of the Delegation of Hungarian Members of Parliament
from the governing Hungarian Socialist Party (MSZP):

Annamária Czifra, Györgyi Feldmájer, Valéria Deák Fogarasiné,

József Goldfárth, Viktória Kékes, László Kocsi, László Kránitz,

Zsolt Legény, Attila Mesterházy, Szabó Vilmos, László Szakács,

László Teleki, Zsolt Török

lead by Attila Mesterházy
Deputy Head of the Parliamentary Group of the Hungarian Socialist Party

Special Guests:

György Vámos
President of Carl Lutz Foundation

and his son Péter Vámos

Keynote Speakers:

Attila Mesterházy and László Teleki

Members of the Hungarian Parliament

with the introductory words by

H.E. Mr. Gábor Bródi

Permanent Representative of the Republic of Hungary to the United Nations

Photos: Gabriella Gyorffy

Greetings and introduction by H.E. Gábor Bródi,
Permanent Representative of the Republic of Hungary to the United Nations

Members of the delegation;
H.E. Gábor Bródi, György and Péter Vámos

György Vámos, President of Carl Lutz Foundation and Péter Vámos PhD,
senior research fellow Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Commemoration of the holocaust by
Attila Mesterházy, Deputy Head of the Parliamentary Group

László Teleki, Member of the Hungarian Parliament,
remembering roma holocaust


RECEPTION

Attila Mesterházy delegation leader with members of the delegation

The Permanent Representatives of Iceland, H.E. Mr. Hjálmar W. Hannesson
and Cyprus, H.E. Mr. Andreas D. Mavroyiannis

The Deputy Permanent Representatives of Germany, H.E. Mr. Martin Ney
and Denmark, H.E. Mr. Lars Faaborg-Andersen

The Permanent Representative of Finland, H.E. Ms. Kirsti Lintonen

Attila Mesterházy, Rabbi Arthur Schneier and H.E. Gábor Bródi

Vilmos Szabó and Ambassador Viktor Polgár, Consul General, New York

H.E. Gábor Bródi, György and Péter Vámos

László Teleki, H.E. Gábor Bródi, Attila Mesterházy,
Vilmos Szabó, and László Kocsi