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Economic development minister meets PM of Serbian Republic of Bosnia

Economic Development Minister Marton Nagy held talks with Radovan Viskovic, the prime minister of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia, in his office on Thursday, his ministry said.

Nagy and Viskovic discussed strategically important global developments and further opportunities in boosting bilateral economic cooperation, the ministry said in a statement.

Bosnia and Herzegovina ranked as Hungary’s 44th trading partner in 2022 importing substantial volumes of grain, chemical products and plastic components.

Nagy told his partner that Hungary sought to strengthen its role “of an economic bridge” in order to protect jobs and refuel economic growth, adding that Hungarian investments in the Western Balkan region would be further promoted.

He supported Viskovic’s proposal on strengthening bilateral economic ties primarily in the manufacturing, agricultural, financial and energy sectors, as well as on organising a joint economic forum.

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