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Hungary seeks to boost presence in South America

Int’l Relations

Hungary intends to build its presence in South America and the Caribbean, the state secretary for foreign affairs and external economic relations, told ambassadors on Thursday. Péter Szijjártó, holding a discussion with ambassadors from South America and the Caribbean accredited to Hungary, said the government is keen on intensifying ties in one of the world's strongest economic poles. Part of the plan includes a scholarship exchange program with 450 Brazilian and 100 Mexican undergraduates staying in Hungary. A hundred more from the rest of the region will also participate, Szijjártó's spokeswoman, Éva Varga, said in a statement.

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