Georgia and Hungary signed four deals during 16th Batumi International Conference held in relation to the 10th anniversary of Eastern Partnership today.
Georgian Foreign Minister David Zalkaliani and Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, as well as other Georgian and Hungarian officials, concluded deals on responding to emergency situations, teaching Hungarian in Georgia, agricultural development in addition to a deal on cooperation between the Georgian Partnership Fund and the Hungarian Export-Import Bank.
The Batumi 16th International Conference, dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the EU’s Eastern Partnership initiative opened this morning with an ‘unprecedented number’ of foreign guests including European Council President Donald Tusk, Georgian Foreign Ministry reported.
ON the sidelines of the conference the European Union and the Government of Georgia also signed a €28 million deal to support security sector reforms in Georgia.
source: AGENDA/ agenda.ge