International hunting, fishing fair opens in Budapest

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The 22nd annual Fishing, Hunting and Arms International Exhibition (FeHoVa) opened at HUNGEXPO in Budapest yesterday and runs until Sunday.

Farm minister Sándor Fazekas said at the opening that there are approximately 350,000 fishermen and 60,000 hunters in Hungary.

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