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Government adopts National Rural Development Strategy

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Hungary's government has approved a National Rural Development Strategy that aims to generate demand for high-quality, GMO-free, locally-produced food, government spokesman András Giró-Szász said after the cabinet meeting on Wednesday.

Giro-Szász said the government wanted to restore the esteem and attraction, as well as the economic foundation for Hungary's rural regions.

Rural Development Minister Sándor Fazekas said the strategy aimed to improve the competitiveness of rural Hungary compared to other countries. He added that agriculture should be a driving force of the Hungarian economy.

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