Three Hungarian institutes abroad to open in 2015

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Three new Hungarian institutes, which promote country abroad, are scheduled to open next year, a government official said on Thursday. Mónika Balatoni, state secretary for cultural diplomacy, told MTI that plans were to open new facilities in Baku, Cluj (Kolozsvár) and Ljubljana.

The new locations make sense in terms of Hungary’ policy of opening up to the east and boosting its regional role in central and south-eastern Europe, she said. Most recently the country opened institutes in Beijing, Belgrade, Zagreb and Istanbul, she added.

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