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Russia and Hungary ink agreement on mutual diploma recognition

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Russia and Hungary ink agreement on mutual diploma recognition


23.11.2018

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Moscow and Budapest have agreed on the mutual recognition of education certificates, RIA Novosti reports. The corresponding document was signed on November 22 at the meeting of the Hungary-Russia Intergovernmental Economic Cooperation Committee in Budapest.

Russian Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Marina Borovskaya and Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto signed the document.

According to Healthcare Minister Veronika Skvortsova, the mutual diplomas recognition is a very important step towards strengthening cooperation in the joint high-tech manufacturing.

Earlier Russkiy Mir reported Vladimir Putin to call Budapest an important and reliable Russian partner in Europe. He said this after the negotiations with the head of the Hungarian government Viktor Orban. The Russian leader is confident that Hungary remains one of the key partners on the continent. This is especially important when relations between Russia and EU countries are deteriorating.

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