Hungary, Serbia to sign strategic cooperation agreement

Backa Topola, Serbia, July 26 (MTI) 

The Hungarian and the Serbian parliaments are scheduled to sign a strategic cooperation agreement later this year regarding ways Hungary will promote Serbia’s efforts to join the European Union, Hungarian Speaker of Parliament Katalin Szili told MTI after talks with her Serbia counterpart Oliver Dulic in Backa Topola, N Serbia.

The two speakers agreed that from now on they would meet in the same town each July.

Szili is scheduled to give a lecture at the “Tolerance” youth camp, a Hungarian-Serbian initiative to familiarise young people living along the Danube with the European Union and to promote cooperation among Danube nations.

Participants in the Backa Topola camp are from Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia.

Source: Hungarian News Agency

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