The Hungarian and South Korean institutes for transport signed a research cooperation agreement on vehicle industry and e-mobility at a conference on Monday in Budapest.
Addressing the “Smart Mobility for Smart City” conference, Technology and Innovation Minister László Palkovics noted the 30th anniversary of Hungarian-South Korean diplomatic ties. The agreement will further boost those relations, he said.
Korean Ambassador to Hungary Choe Kyoo-Sik praised the two countries’ mutual support in smart mobility. South Korea and Hungary will be one another’s best partners in the fourth industrial revolution, he said.