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Budapest hosts Hungarian, Israeli academic forum

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The National University of Public Service will host the Israel-Hungary Academic Forum of partner universities in Budapest on October 20-21, focusing on security, competitiveness, innovation and sustainable research and development, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Relations between Hungary and Israel are determined by relations between people and this makes scientific cooperation important, Israeli ambassador to Hungary Ilan Mor said at the opening event.

Amongst others, the University of Szeged, Eötvös Loránd University and the University of Miskolc are participating from the Hungarian side, while the University of Haifa, the Hebrew University and the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev will represent Israel.

The participants are set to sign a joint memorandum to support the strengthening of higher educational and research cooperation ties between the two countries.

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