Hungarian companies to begin construction on a vaccine plant in Mongolia www.dailynewshungary.com
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó discussed economic ties and bilateral cooperation in international organisations with his Mongolian counterpart, Nyamtseren Enkhtaivan, on Tuesday. As we wrote in 2019, Hungary has signed a 57 million dollar tied-aid agreement to support the construction by Hungarian companies of a veterinary vaccine plant in Mongolia, details HERE. In a Facebook entry detailing his talks, Szijjártó announced for the second time: Hungarian companies will begin construction on a vaccine plant in Mongolia supported by the Hungarian government with a 57 million dollar tied-aid agreement next year. “As a follow-up to this success, we agreed to launch a new tied-aid scheme in the near future with a view to boosting agricultural investments,” the minister said. Both Hungary and Mongolia are committed to the global fight against terrorism, Szijjártó said, adding that both countries want to see the United Nations expand its budget to cover anti-terror operations. Szijjártó also said that demand for Hungarian scholarships remained high, noting that more than 750 Mongolian students have applied for 200 scholarships.