Belarus and Hungary have agreed to develop an agreement on cooperation in training personnel for agricultural sectors. The aim is to establish some form of cooperation between agricultural universities and on setting up a working group on cooperation in agriculture.
Such agreements were reached during the visit of a delegation of representatives of Belarusian agricultural enterprises led by Deputy Agriculture and Food Minister Igor Brylo to Hungary, BelTA learned from the Belarusian embassy in Hungary.
During the visit, meetings were held with Hungarian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Sandor Farkas and FAO Deputy Regional Representative for Europe and Central Asia Nabil Gangi. The members of the delegation held talks in the HEPA Hungarian Export Promotion Agency and also with agricultural businessmen.
The participants of the negotiations confirmed mutual intention to continue mutually beneficial cooperation in scientific and research activities, expressed readiness to exchange information related to the agro-industrial complex and relevant technical documentation.