Hungarian-Thai joint economic committee hold first meeting in a decade
MTI / János Marjai
The Hungarian-Thai Joint Economic Committee met in Budapest on Friday, after a ten-year hiatus, state secretary for economic diplomacy Levente Magyar (pictured) said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
The possible participation of Hungarian companies in the development of the national water management system in Thailand was discussed at the meeting.
Norachit Sinhaseni, secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, said water management, agriculture, health care and tourism are the main areas of cooperation between the two countries.
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