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State sec says gov't has succeeded in building relations with Arab countries

Int’l Relations

Prime Ministerial State Secretary for Foreign affairs and External Economic Relations Péter Szijjártó said on Thursday that the government has achieved great success in building relations with Arab countries since coming to power in 2010.Speaking to the presidium of the Hungarian-Arab section of the Hungarian Chamber of Trade and Industry, Szijjártó stated that building relations with Arab states has a favorable impact on Hungary's economy, noting that Hungary has many products and services for which there is significant demand in these countries.The prime ministerial state secretary identified development of infrastructure, research and development and agriculture as the primary areas of cooperation between Hungary and Arab countries.

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