Hungary seeks closer business ties with Kuwait
Hungary seeks a closer cooperation with Kuwait in the oil industry, in farming, in innovation and in air travel, state secretary for foreign affairs and external economic relations Péter Szijjártó said at a press conference in Budapest on Wednesday, winding up a two-day meeting of the Hungarian-Kuwaiti Joint Economic Committee. Khalifa Musaad Hamada, state secretary at Kuwait's finance ministry, also summed up the meeting at the press conference. Afterward, Hungary's Cytotech signed a memorandum of understanding with Kuwait's National Technology Enterprises Company.
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