Budapest, December 16 (MTI) – Hungary will contribute a further 32.25 million forints (EUR 101,800) to the European Union’s Emergency Trust Fund for Africa, a government decree published in the latest issue of the official gazette Magyar Kozlony shows.

The decree, signed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, states that the economy minister must earmark 31.5 million forints for the contribution itself and a further 750,000 forints for administrative expenses by the end of the year, bringing the total contribution to 32.25 million forints.

The decree said Hungary had previously contributed 189 million forints to the emergency fund.


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