Budapest hosts Africa Forum
The opening ceremony of the two-day Budapest Africa Forum was held for the second time in the capital at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
The Hungarian governmentʼs policy of opening up to countries in the south is not just a PR-move, it has real substance, there is a real strategy behind it, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjórtó said at the event.
State secretary for education László Palkovics highlighted the importance of ties in higher education as one of the most longstanding forms of contact between Hungary and African countries.
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