Hungary, Israel to partner on autonomous vehicle research
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Hungary and Israel will launch a joint program to support autonomous vehicle research in the second half of 2021, the Ministry for Innovation and Technology said yesterday, according to origo.hu.
The statement said that in order to strengthen industrial and innovation relations, priority areas for strategic cooperation will be outlined in a memorandum of understanding in the near future, citing Minister for Innovation and Technology László Palkovics.
The minister, who also co-chairs the bilateral joint economic committee, spoke on the subject on Sunday in Zalaegerszeg, where he was introducing the ZalaZone automotive test track to Israeli ambassador Jakov Hadas-Handelsman.
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