Hungarian, Belarusian business leaders meet in Budapest
Hungarian and Belarusian business leaders participated at a forum organized by the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK) in Budapest yesterday.
Representatives from about 80 companies were at the forum, which took place before a meeting of the Hungarian-Belarusian joint government committee on economic cooperation on Friday.
Alena Kupchina, the deputy foreign minister of Belarus, told the forum that, in addition to the two countriesʼ cooperation in the farm sector, there was an opportunity to strengthen ties in the areas of construction, pharmaceuticals, tourism and education.
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