Szijjártó: Hungary supports Bosnia & Herzegovina’s European integration

Int’l Relations

Hungary is committed to supporting the Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its accession to the World Trade Organisation, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said today in Ningbo, China, after meeting Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Sarovic, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó gives a speech today in Ningbo, China. (Photo: MTI/Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.)

Szijjártó noted that Magyar Eximbank has opened a €61.5 million credit line to support partnerships between Hungarian and Bosnian businesses, MTI reported. 

Both sides welcomed the launch of a direct flight between Budapest and Sarajevo from the end of this year.

Szijjártó has been meeting officials of other countries in the framework of the China-CEEC Trade and Investment Expo taking place in Ningbo on June 9-12.

In an earlier report today, Szijjártó said Hungary is committed to supporting the process of Albaniaʼs integration.

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