(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 3. Minister of
Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, paying a visit to
Azerbaijan, met with his Azerbaijani colleague Jeyhun Bayramov,
citing Szijjártó's Facebook account.
'A week ago, during the meeting in Budapest, Minister Bayramov
and I agreed to take Azerbaijan-Hungary cooperation to a new level.
Our cooperative projects are currently underway in Baku. In
addition to numerous new European friends, Hungary is an old friend
of Azerbaijan, so we know each other very well and can negotiate on
the basis of mutual respect. Our primary objective is to bring
Azerbaijani natural gas to the Hungarian market as soon as
possible,' the Hungarian minister wrote.
As part of President Ilham Aliyev's visit to Budapest on January
30, 2022, the officials signed a number of documents.
These documents include the“Memorandum of Understanding between
the Food Safety Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the
Ministry of Agriculture of Hungary on cooperation in plant
quarantine and plant protection”,“Memorandum of Understanding
between the State Migration Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan
and National Directorate-General for Aliens Policing of Hungary on
cooperation in the field of migration”, and“Memorandum of
Understanding between the Ministry of Digital Development and
Transport of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Ministry of Foreign
Affairs and Trade of Hungary on space cooperation for peaceful
In addition, the“Protocol on cooperation between the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary” was signed by Minister
Bayramov and Minister Szijjártó in Budapest.
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