Hungary to open two new consulates-general in Germany

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Hungary will establish two new consulates-general in Duesseldorf and Stuttgart, Germany, the Hungarian foreign minister said after negotiations with his German counterpart in Berlin yesterday.

The main target of the two consulates-general will be to help Hungary “get even closer to the German public” Tibor Navracsics said at the joint press conference with Frank-Walter Steinmeier held after their discussions.

On his one-day visit in Germany, the Hungarian minister expressed thanks to Germany for the support it has given to Hungary's Euro-Atlantic integration over the past 25 years.

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