Hungary, U.S. to sign agreement on social security

Int’l Relations

Hungary’s minister of human resources and U.S. ambassador Colleen Bell are scheduled to sign an agreement tomorrow on social security, Hungarian online daily Origo reported yesterday citing the announcement of the ministry.

The statement said that “in line with the interests of citizens, the relations of the two country regarding social security need to be settled”. The ministry expects the agreement to boost the economic partnership between the two countries, Origo said.

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