Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign trade chief, and Romanian Economy Minister Andrei Gerea agreed in Bucharest on Monday to convene the Hungarian-Romanian joint economic committee.

The session is scheduled to take place in Budapest on Monday.

Szijjarto stressed Hungary’s strategic interests in developing economic cooperation with Romania, Hungary’s sixth biggest trading partner, he said. Hungary is its fifth biggest.

Szijjarto and Gerea agreed to give a boost to building border stations, which they see as a key contribution to economic development.
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