Hungarian, Cuban foreign ministers discuss cooperation

Int’l Relations

Hungary’s foreign minister Péter Szijjártó and his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla met in Brussels to discuss the relaunch of cooperation in investment and trade between the two countries, Hungarian news agency MTI said.

The two ministers met on the sidelines of the European Union and Community of Latin American and Caribbean States summit and discussed making use of the free trade zone established by Cuba – the main areas of cooperation would be in the pharmaceuticals and construction industries.

The two officials also agreed to sign a student-exchange agreement.

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