Serbia, Hungary sign 11 documents in Subotica

The governments and several ministries of Serbia and Hungary on Monday signed 11 documents after the two governments held a joint session in Subotica, northern Serbia.

15 April 2019 15:51

SUBOTICA - The governments and several ministries of Serbia and Hungary on Monday signed 11 documents after the two governments held a joint session in Subotica, northern Serbia.

PMs Ana Brnabic and Viktor Orban signed a statement of intent on improvement of bilateral infrastructure ties.

Serbian Agriculture Minister Branislav Nedimovic and Hungarian Interior Minister Sandor Pinter initialled an agreement on sustainable crossborder water management.

Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic and Hungarian Minister of Technology and Innovation Laszlo Palkovics signed a memorandum on improvement of the Szeged-Subotica rail line.

They also signed an agreement on improvement of a navigation lock on the Serbian side of the Tisa River.


Photo: Tanjug/Jaroslav Pap



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