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Azerbaijan-Hungary commission meeting set

Int’l Relations

From Azerbaijan, Hungarian ambassador Zsolt Csutora announced this week that the fourth meeting of the Azerbaijani-Hungarian Intergovernmental Commission on Economic Cooperation will take place on January 27 and 28.

Foreign Trade State Secretary Péter Szijjártó will lead the Hungarian delegation of the commission in the Baku meeting.

In reference to the meetings, Szijjártó broke out some statistics on trade between the two nations, saying that Hungarian exports to Azerbaijan increased 29% in 2013; Szijjártó touted the opening of a trading house in Baku in 2012 and the introduction of a Budapest-to-Baku route by Hungary-based budget airline Wizz Air last summer.

Szijjártó stated that “the subjects of bilateral economic relations, education, tourism and visa requirements” would be discussed at the meeting.

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