Belarus, Hungary agree on joint projects in fish, animal husbandry
MINSK, 1 February (BelTA) – Belarus and Hungary plan to expand cooperation between veterinary services and embark on joint projects in fish farming and animal husbandry, BelTA learnt from the Foreign Ministry of Belarus.
Expansion of bilateral contacts was discussed in the meeting between Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Hungary Alexander Khainovsky and State Secretary of the Ministry of Regional Cooperation of Hungary, chairman of the bilateral working group for agriculture of the Belarusian-Hungarian intergovernmental commission for economic cooperation Endre Kardevan.
The sides discussed the state and prospects for cooperation in the agricultural sector, the progress made in the implementation of the decisions of the third meeting of the Belarusian-Hungarian intergovernmental commission that took place in Minsk in October 2012.
Among the promising areas of joint work the sides outlined expansion of cooperation between veterinary services, an exchange of experience and implementation of joint projects in fish farming and animal husbandry. The parties emphasized the need to intensify investment cooperation and contacts between the agricultural ministries and organizations.