Tenth round of India-Hungary Foreign Office consultations
The Indian delegation was led by Secretary (West) Shri Vikas Swarup and the Hungarian side was led by Deputy State Secretary for Development of Eastern Relations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Dr. András Baranyi. The Indian delegation also talked with Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó.
Both sides underscored the historically warm and cordial relations, which have received a strong filip following recent high-level interactions, including the visits of External Affairs Minister (August 2019) and Minister of Jal Shakti (October 2019) of India to Hungary and the visit of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary to India (January 2020).
During the latest consultations, the two sides reviewed various aspects of bilateral cooperation. As well as the discussions of political, trade and economic, science and technology, educational and cultural relations, the two sides exchanged views on regional and international situation of mutual interest and agreed to enhance their cooperation in the multilateral forums.
There was a discussion on respective national approaches to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and on vaccines. The Hungarian side conveyed that they have initiated the process to join the International Solar Alliance and hoped it would be completed at an early date.
It was agreed to convene the next meeting of the India-Hungary Joint Committee on Economic Cooperation at an early date in 2021. The two sides noted the importance of shooting films in each other’s country for boosting tourism, cultural cooperation and people-to-people contacts.
It was also agreed to maintain the momentum in bilateral interaction through exchange of visits and regular consultations.
One thought on “Tenth round of India-Hungary Foreign Office consultations”
What is the strategic space between India and Hungary ? Hungary is or will be a strategic ally of the PRC,in the future. Besides, what need of the Hungarian economy can be served by a strategic alliance with the GOI ?
The Indian economy is at the edge of the precipice.It has no economic or political flexibility.India is now in the USA-Israel camp.It has also drifted away from Russia.
The GOI is in DEEP economic trouble
They have no no COVID Plan, and so you will soon have food and drug riots, and thus, political instability
To divert the people, the GOI will introduce the CAA/NRC, and start a war, which will doom India
The Indian economy will come to a debilitating slowdown, which will destroy the tax revenues and fiscal stability
The Health care system of India,will COMPLETELY COLLPASE
The NPAs of the Indian Banking system,will BLOW UP the Indian Banking system
The Indian Rupee will collapse,and there will be MASSIVE unemployment
The Neighbors of India – PRC is in a exceptional economic state, and Pakistan has a scale of population,which is EASILY manageable and bailable,by PRC.
There is NO better time for PRC and Pakistan to strike – and they WILL STRIKE.
Y is Hungary betting on the Indians ? The years of the Magis are gone.The Hindoo religion and philosophy of today,has no relation,to the Magis.
Whichever nation had a strategic alliance,with the Indians – was destroyed.dindooohindoo