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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić and Hungarian Ambassador H.E. Attila Pinter opened an honorary consulate of Hungary in Serbia, headed by Honorary Consul Nemanja Milutinović.

Dačić emphasised that this is the third honorary consulate of Hungary in Serbia and that it will contribute to even better relations between the two countries.

He said that the consular area of ​​the honorary consulate includes North Banat, Central Banat, South Banat and Podunavlje, as well as the territory of the City of Belgrade.

He expressed the expectation that this would give additional impetus to the intensification and expansion of the cooperation between Serbia and Hungary, especially in the fields of trade, investment, tourism, culture, education, science and technology.

Hungary, as he recalled, already has two consulates in Serbia, led by honorary consuls, in Nis since 2008 and in Kragujevac since 2018, whose consular areas include the administrative districts to which they belong.

Ivica Dačić and Atilla Pinter assessed that relations between Serbia and Hungary are historically at their peak.

photo Ognjen Stevanović

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