Szijjártó meets Ghanaian deputy oil minister

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MTI/Noémi Bruzák

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó met with Ghanaian Deputy Minister of Petroleum Benjamin Dagadu in Budapest today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Ghanaʼs Deputy Minister of Petroleum Benjamin Dagadu and Hungaryʼs Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó. (Photo: MTI/Noémi Bruzák)

The two sides discussed opportunities for cooperation between Hungary and Ghana, the ministry said.

Ghana sees opportunities to work with Hungary in the field of energy as well as water and waste management. Questions related to international migration were also discussed at the meeting.

The two agreed to increase the number of Ghanaian students studying at Hungarian universities with up to 50 scholarships being offered as of next September.

Hungary will open an embassy in Accra, the capital of Ghana, next year.

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