Hungary, Saudi Arabia to launch IT cooperation

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Hungary and Saudi Arabia will set up an infocommunications working group, the development ministry told MTI on Wednesday. As part of his talks in Riyad, Vilmos Vályi Nagy, deputy state secretary at the ministry, met Muhammad Jamil Mulla, the IT minister, who said Saudi Arabia would like to increase the number of its students pursuing mainly IT engineering and medical studies in Hungary by at least 1,000. Parties at the talks agreed to support joint investments in IT and telecommunications. The Hungarian delegation was received by the top management of Saudi Telecom Company.

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