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Hungary to open six new embassies

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Hungary will open embassies in Uzbekistan, Ethiopia, the Philippines, New Zealand, Ghana and Angola this year and in 2016, the official the official gazette Magyar Közlöny reported on Friday.

According to a government decree the first of those embassies will open in Tashkent on October 1, while another one will be reopened in Ethiopia on the same day.

Hungary will reopen its embassy in the Philippines and a consular office in New Zealand on March 1 next year. Also on the same day an embassy will reopen in Ghana.

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