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MTÜ to launch campaign promoting Hungary V4 presidency

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The Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTU) is launching a three-week advertising campaign to promote the Hungarian presidency of the Visegrád Group by showcasing the unique cultural, natural and economic treasures of the region, the agency said on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Alongside the policy and diplomatic events connected with the presidency, concerts, exhibitions, and design events will mark the Hungarian presidency in the fall season, MTÜ said. 

Hungary took over the rotating presidency of the group comprising the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia on July 1. The motto of the presidency is "Recharging Europe".

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