Foreign minister extends term of commissioner for tasks related to Russian embargo
Foreign minister Péter Szijjártó has extended the term of Gyula Budai as ministerial commissioner for measures related to the Russian embargo by at most six months, starting March 22, an official document published on Friday shows.
Szijjártó appointed Budai to the post in September 2014. In addition to the embargo-related tasks listed in the September ministerial order, Budai will also lead the agricultural working group of the Hungarian-Russian intergovernmental economic cooperation committee.
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