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Hungary has allocated $ 200 million for Azerbaijan

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Hungarian government has opened a credit line worth $200 million through the Eximbank to develop the bilateral cooperation with Azerbaijan, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Szijjarto said.

He made the remarks during Azerbaijan-Hungary business forum in Baku March 6.

“The sphere of information technologies definitely has the greatest prospects for bilateral cooperation,” said Szijjarto.

The minister added that Hungary is interested in developing the cooperation in developing the toll roads system in Azerbaijan.

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2016.03.06 / 14:50
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