Hungary, Egypt sign tourism agreement
Hungary’s National Economy Minister Mihály Varga and Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, signed a cooperation agreement in Budapest today regarding tourism, on behalf of Hungaryʼs National Economy Ministry (NGM) and Egyptʼs Ministry of Tourism.
According to Varga the agreement would aid exchanges between businesses, experts and the two states in general regarding good practices and experiences as a means of enhancing tourism ties between the two countries. Varga noted that Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air is scheduled to launch a weekly flight from Budapest to Hurghada on May 16, and the minister also expects this to boost tourism.
Shoukry said it was important for Egypt to cooperate with Hungary not only in tourism but also in political-economic matters.
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