Hungarian FM Commends Rabat-Budapest Cooperation

On Wednesday in Rabat, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto expressed admiration for the strong cooperative ties between Hungary and Morocco. His praise highlights the robust level of collaboration that exists between the two nations.

During a press conference alongside Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto emphasized the vital role of cooperation between Hungary and Morocco in ensuring the stability of Africa.

Szijjarto also highlighted the growing importance of promoting bilateral economic relations, citing a significant 36% increase in trade last year.

Notably, he announced that Morocco has now become Hungary’s primary trading partner in Africa.

Additionally, Szijjarto mentioned the rising number of Moroccan students benefiting from scholarships in Hungary.

The minister underscored that the foundation of bilateral cooperation lies in mutual respect, emphasizing a shared vision on international issues between the two countries.

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