Budapest hosts 9th Hungarian-Flemish Joint Committee meeting

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Budapest hosted the ninth meeting of the Hungarian-Flemish Joint Committee yesterday, Hungary’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said yesterday in an announcement, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Co-chairs István Mikola of Hungary and Koen Verlaeckt of Flanders acknowledged the bodyʼs achievements in developing bilateral ties over the past two decades, MTI reported.

Mikola noted that Flanders accounts for a significant proportion of Belgian investments in Hungary with around 100 Flemish businesses having invested over €1 billion in Hungary so far, MTI reported.

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