Azerbaijan’s Communications and Information Technology Minister paid an official visit to Hungary. Ali Abbasov visited University of Pannonia in Veszprém and he met with Hungarian Economic Development Minister Zsuzsanna Németh.
Ali Abbasov visited the country at the invitation of Hungarian Economic Development Minister Zsuzsanna Németh. During the two-day visit, Abbasov visited the University of Pannonia in Veszprém, which is specializing in IT. University Principal Professor Ferenc Friedler gave Abbasov an account of the university’s history and its main areas of teaching and research.
Abbasov met Hungarian Minister of Economic Development Zsuzsanna Németh, and the two sides exchanged views on key aspects of bilateral relations and cooperation in the field of information technology. The sides decided to prepare a report about the main areas of cooperation for the next meeting of the Azerbaijan-Hungary inter-parliamentary economic committee in Baku. Abbasov invited his Hungarian counterpart to the international BakuTel exhibition, held in Baku in early December.
During the visit, Abbasov also visited the Wigner Research Centre for Physics in Budapest, which is considered one of the main centers of information technology in Europe. The center’s Director General Peter Levai informed the Azerbaijani Minister about the operating principles and possibilities of the think tank.
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