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Slovak-Hungarian committee wants common agricultural production rules

The governments of both Hungary and Slovakia would like to harmonize domestic legislation in order to make it possible for small-scale farmers living in the frontier regions of the two countries to market their agricultural products on the other side of the border, Hungarian Rural Development Ministry State Secretary Zsolt V. Németh said following a meeting of the Hungarian-Slovak joint agricultural commission in Bratislava on Wednesday.

Mr Németh and his Slovak counterpart, Gabor Csicsai, both said that agricultural cooperation and joint action within the European Union should be intensified between Hungary and Slovakia. (MTI)