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Uzbekistan and Hungary to create joint fund to finance priority projects

06.10.2022 ТАСС 98 просмотров

Shaukat Mirziyoyev agreed with the Prime Minister of Hungary to intensify cooperation.

During the talks in Budapest, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban announced the need to give a new impetus to the development of bilateral trade and economic relations and create a special joint fund for this purpose to finance priority projects. This was reported on Wednesday by the National News Agency of Uzbekistan (UZ).

"An agreement has been reached to give a new powerful impetus to the development of cooperation in the agricultural, transport, pharmaceutical, textile, food, electrical, water-saving and industrial spheres. To this end, the governments have been instructed to create a joint fund in the near future to finance priority projects," the message reads.

It is also reported that during the negotiations an agreement was reached on the opening of the diplomatic mission of Uzbekistan in Budapest. At the end of the talks, Mirziyoyev and Orban reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthening bilateral friendship relations and signed a joint statement on the development of strategic partnership between Uzbekistan and Hungary.

In total, following the visit of the head of Uzbekistan to Hungary, 15 intergovernmental and interdepartmental documents were signed, including a joint program for the development of industrial cooperation for 2023-2024, action plans for the development of cooperation in science and technology, as well as for expanding cooperation in agriculture.

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