The President of Vietnam Truong Tan Sang and PM Viktor Orbán talked about trade in the Hungarian parliament

Monday, September 16, 2013

Both the Hungarian and the Vietnamese governments would like to improve trade turnover between the two countries, which is currently $ 120 million, said the Head of the Prime Minister’s Press Office Bertalan Havasi following the meeting between the two leaders in Budapest on Monday.

The Prime Minister and the Vietnamese President determined to act on the Joint Economic Committee recommendation to develop new opportunities and expand the already existing trade relations between the two countries. Priority areas for economic expansion include water management, health care and agriculture.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang praised cooperation between the two countries in the area of nuclear training, emphasizing the importance of accepting more Vietnamese students into Hungarian post-secondary institutions as part of the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program, which is part of the Hungarian Government's Eastern partnership policy initiative said Bertalan Havasi to journalists.

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