Thirteen state-owned properties to be transferred free of charge to municipalities
Twelve state-owned properties will be transferred free of charge to ten municipalities and one to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), the National Development Ministry (NFM) told MTI on Monday.
The ministry said the properties, which have combined market value of HUF 376m, have not been used efficiently, but are suitable for helping the day-to-day operation of the recipients.
NFM said the contracts on the property transfers will be concluded by the Hungarian National Asset Management Company (MNV).
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