Hungarian, Russian farming officials discuss broadened cooperation

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Ilona Francz/Ministry of Agriculture

István Nagy, state secretary of Hungary’s Ministry of Agriculture, and Russiaʼs Deputy Agriculture Minister Yevgeny Gromyko discussed possible areas of cooperation between the two countries in Budapest yesterday, according to reports.

István Nagy and Yevgeny Gromyko meet in Budapest yesterday. (Photo: Ilona Francz/Ministry of Agriculture)

The Hungarian ministry said in an announcement yesterday that the two officials showed a commitment to broadening cooperation between the two countries in the field of farming and food production. Both officials said they support further exchanges of information between farm research institutes in both countries. 

The sides welcomed the construction this year of a €10 million premix feed plant in the Tula Oblast by a Hungarian private investor, national news agency MTI reported.

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