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Szijjártó meets with Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation

Int’l Relations

Photo by kormany.hu/Gergely Botár

Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjártó met with Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation Naglaa El Ehwany today in Budapest.

Naglaa Elehwany is scheduled to attend the next meeting of the Hungarian-Egyptian Joint Economic Committee as well.

A declaration of intent on railway cooperation, involving the delivery of 700 carriages to Egypt, was signed in Budapest at the start of June, during a visit to the capital by the Egyptian president.

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