Hungary opens consulate in Innsbruck 

Int’l Relations

Innsbruck, Austria

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Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó opened the Hungarian consulate in Innsbruck, Austria last week, according to news channel ATV.

The consulate is Hungary's 148th. Szijjártó said the consulate would assist Hungarians who live in the region, as well as travelers, and contribute to fostering economic ties.

He noted that Austria is Hungary's second-biggest trading partner, adding that the federal states of Tyrol, Salzburg, and Vorarlberg alone account for almost EUR 1.5 billion of that bilateral trade.

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