Colleen Bell opens contest for Hungarians

Int’l Relations

U.S. ambassador to Hungary Colleen Bell opened a contest for Hungarians to help her get to know the country and the culture better, the U.S. embassy to Hungary said in a press release today.

“Some of you may know when I met with President Barack Obama before coming out to begin my service as ambassador, I told the President that I will be the U.S. ambassador to Hungary who got out to see places in Hungary that no U.S. ambassador had ever had the opportunity to see” Bell says in an official video.

Bell is asking for the help of Hungarians to provide her with places to visit on the embassy’s Facebook page.

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