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Belarus, Hungary to discuss bilateral contacts, cooperation with EU, regional agenda

Politics 11.01.2019 | 15:08
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MINSK, 11 January (BelTA) – Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto will pay an official visit to Belarus on 14 January. He will discuss ways to boost bilateral cooperation, Belarus-EU relations and the situation in the region, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Peter Szijjarto is expected to meet with senior government officials of Belarus, Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei, the economy minister, the sports and tourism minister and the agriculture and food minister.

“Top on the agenda of the meeting between Vladimir Makei and Peter Szijjarto will be bilateral cooperation, Belarus-European Union relations, the situation in the region and security matters,” the press service informed.

The parties are expected to sign several documents, including an intergovernmental agreement on assistance in promotion and mutual protection of investment, a memorandum of understanding between the foreign ministries on facilitating interregional cooperation and a plan of ministerial consultations for 2019.

Apart from that, Peter Szijjarto will give a lecture for students of the International Relations Faculty of Belarusian State University. The lecture is titled “Migration and the Future of the EU”.

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