Source Pravda.Ru

Week of Hungary to be held in Moscow

A Week of Hungary will be held in Moscow from September 17th till 24th.

This was disclosed to a RIA Novosti correspondent by Hungarian Ambassador to Moscow Erno Keskeny.

According to him, a number of various events will take place in Moscow these days, particularly an exhibition of Hungarian goods and services "Hungary-2002".

The Ambassador expressed hopes, that the forthcoming forum will give an impetus to the further development of cooperation between the two countries. According to him, "Budapest still welcomes Russian investors, who intend to invest money into Hungary and to participate in the economic life of the country, only if their actions are transparent and comply with the international law regulations."

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