Budapest, July 29 (MTI) – Hungary signed an agricultural agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuesday.
The agreement was signed by Hungary’s farm minister Sandor Fazekas and Bosnian foreign trade minister Boris Tucic.
The agreement pays special attention to risk management, supermarket safety and questions of scientific cooperation, Fazekas said. The agreement establishes a good foundation for further cooperation, he added.
Tucic expressed the appreciation for Hungary’s help in dealing with flood damage in May. He added that he hoped the two countries would soon sign a similar agreement in the area of tourism.
Hungary last year exported agricultural goods and food to Bosnia worth of 308 million euros while imports reached 85 million euros from that country, Fazekas noted.