Prime Minister Igor Mirovic met today with Hungarian Ambassador Attila Pinter, with whom he discussed the interests of Hungarian companies for infrastructure projects in AP Vojvodina.
At the meeting it was assessed that the Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation, signed this year at the joint session of the Government of Serbia and the Government of the Republic of Hungary, is a good basis for improving the economic and economic relations of the two countries, as well as for concretizing cooperation on projects in the field of infrastructure.
President Mirović said relations between the two countries have never been at a higher level and that the provincial government is open to both domestic and foreign investors willing to invest in new projects.
Interlocutors agreed that there is room for improving cooperation in water management and environmental protection.
Ambassador Pinter announced that an economic gathering in Novi Sad will be held in which 50 companies from Hungary will participate, adding that this is precisely the chance for establishing intensive business cooperation in a number of areas of common interest.