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PM visits children's hospital built in Indonesia from Hungarian donations

Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány and the accompanying delegation on Tuesday visited a children's hospital being built in the tsunami-stricken Aceh province from Hungarian donations, news wire MTI reported. The USD 2.5 million project is implemented at Banda Aceh, the seat of the Sumatran province in north-western Indonesia. Construction is fully financed from donations by Hungarian private individuals and companies. The hospital, to be completed by late July 2006, will have a basic area of 2,000 square metres. The Hungarian prime minister is currently on a visit to Indonesia at the head of a top-level delegation on the last leg of a tour of three Southeast Asian countries.