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South Korea and Hungary boost bilateral relations

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South Korea and Hungary boost bilateral relations

Seoul, Nov 3 (Prensa Latina) South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed today with his Hungarian counterpart, János Áder, to improve bilateral relations, while trade between the two countries grows at a solid rate.
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The parties also agreed to expand forward-looking cooperation in the fields of economics, science, technology and culture, Yonhap news agency noted this Wednesday.

Likewise, both leaders discussed in depth a wide range of issues to strengthen friendly and cooperative relations between the two nations.

Trade between South Korea and Hungary stood at $ 3.6 billion dollars in 2020, compared to $ 2.9 a year ago, according to data released by Seoul.

Exports from the Asian nation to the European country increased by 18.1 percent year-on-year, while imports from Hungary grew by 36.6 percent.

During the meeting, both countries also agreed to make joint efforts to face global crises, like the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change, Yonhap specified.


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