WHO leases 1,700 sqm of office space in Budapest

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The World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations authority responsible for public health, is moving some of its Geneva-based operations to the Business Center 30 office building on Budapest’s Váci út, it was reported today.

According to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal by real estate firm CPI Hungary Kft., the WHO has leased 1,700 square meters of space in the BC 30 building, which is opposite the WestEnd City Center shopping mall in the increasingly popular Váci Corridor. The WHO website says the organization has had a country office in Budapest since 1991.

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