President meets New Zealand Prime Minister
Hungary’s President János Áder met with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key in Wellington today and discussed opportunities for economic cooperation, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Hungary’s President János Áder in Wellington. (Photo: MTI/Noémi Bruzák)
Growing water scarcity and the need to produce more and better quality foodstuffs is an ever growing challenge both for Hungary and New Zealand, opening up the chance for agricultural cooperation between the countries, Áder said.
The president added that cooperation in the IT sector is also a possibility, and said the student exchange programs between the countries should be expanded.
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