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Hungarian-Albanian joint economic committee meets in Budapest

Int’l Relations

State secretary for foreign affairs and external economic relations Péter Szijjártó met with Albania's minister for economy, trade and energy affairs Florjon Mima at a meeting of the Hungarian-Albanian joint economic committee in Budapest on Tuesday. Albania is open to the involvement of Hungarian companies in privatisations as well as in energy and infrastructure investments, Szijjártó told MTI after the meeting. Albania would also welcome more imports of Hungarian farm products, he added.

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