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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to pay an official visit to Uzbekistan

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to pay an official visit to Uzbekistan

On 29-31 March this year, the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban will pay an official visit to Uzbekistan, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.

Prospects for further enhancing cooperation in the political, trade-economic, investment, financial-technical, cultural and humanitarian spheres will be discussed at the upcoming high-level talks.

Views will be exchanged on the issues of international politics and regional cooperation.

Within the framework of the visit, it is planned to hold the first meeting of Uzbekistan – Hungary Business Council with the participation of representatives of leading companies from Uzbekistan and Hungary.

A visit of the Prime Minister is scheduled to scientific and historical sites.

It is expected that following the visit, agreements will be signed aimed at further deepening relations in the economy, energy, education and training personnel, culture, interregional cooperation, employment and labor relations.

“Dunyo” IA