Hungary, Vietnam presidents discuss economic cooperation in Hanoi
Hungary’ President János Áder and his Vietnamese counterpart Truong Tan Sang today agreed on strenghtening bilateral economic relations in Hanoi, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. Speaking at a joint press conference after the meeting, Áder noted that bilateral relations overall had fared well since the Vietnamese president's visit to Hungary last year.
The two presidents inked several agreements, for instance agreeing to set up a joint venture to develop a public warehousing system for Vietnamese agriculture. Truong Tan Sang welcomed the idea that Hungarian enterprises would be cooperation partners in Vietnam's food industry and public warehousing sector, and that Hungary, as an EU member state, would help Vietnam gain recognition in Europe as a market economy.
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