French-Hungarian relations are foreign relations between France and Hungary. The first diplomatic contacts date back to the Middle Ages. Both countries are full members of NATO and the European Union. Since 2004, Hungary is an observer in La Francophonie.
There is a French international school in Budapest, Gustave Eiffel French School of Budapest.
Hungary wields considerable influence in Central and Eastern Europe and is a middle power in international affairs. The foreign policy of Hungary is based on four basic commitments: to Atlantic co-operation, to European integration, to international development and to international law. The Hungarian economy is fairly open and relies strongly on international trade.
Sino–Romanian relations between Romania and China began on July 5, 1939.
Finnish-Hungarian relations are foreign relations between Finland and Hungary.
Hungarian-Spanish relations are foreign relations between Hungary and Spain. Both countries established diplomatic relations on January 13, 1938. Both countries are full members of NATO and of the European Union.
Brazil–Hungary relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and Hungary. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centres on the history of Hungarian immigration to Brazil. Approximately 100,000 Brazilians have Hungarian ancestry, making it the largest Hungarian community in Latin America. Both nations are members of the United Nations.
Hungary–Pakistan relations are foreign relations between Hungary and Pakistan. Both countries established diplomatic relations on November 26, 1965. Since 1970, Hungary has an embassy in Islamabad and an honorary consulate in Karachi. Pakistan has an embassy in Budapest