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Szijjártó meets with Indian officials in Delhi

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State secretary for foreign affairs and external economy Péter Szijjártó met with the co-chairman of the Hungarian-Indian Joint Economic Committee in Delhi on Thursday, his press chief said...

In addition to state secretary Saurabh Chandra, Szijjártó met with foreign affairs state secretary Preneet Kaur and head of the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) Vinnie Mehta, said Éva Varga.

The Hungarian and Indian delegations sides agreed to step up cooperation in the areas of vehicle parts manufacture, farm technology and renewable energy research; they also started talks on establishing a joint financial find to support cooperation between the countries' SMEs.

On Friday, Szijjártó will continue talks in Mumbai with Neera Saggi, head of the Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Ashishkumar Chauhan, the CEO of the city's stock exchange, and B. Muthuraman, vice chairman of the Tata Group. Szijjártó is preparing for an official visit to India by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in October.

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