Hungary's FM arrives in BiH to open International Economy Fair in Mostar

NEWS 05.04.2022 10:07
Source: Čović i Szijjarto (Twitter)

Hungary's Foreign Minister, Peter Szzijarto, has arrived in the Bosnian city of Mostar where he will open the International Economy Fair Mostar, which will gather 750-800 exhibitors from the countries of the region and the world.

More than 60,000 visitors are expected at the fair throughout the next five days.

Hungary is this year's partner country of the fair, the organizers announced.

Other than Szijjarto, the director of the Mostar Fair, Dalfina Bosnjak, Mayor Mario Kordic and the Prime Minister of Bosnia’s Federation (FBiH) entity, Fadil Novalic, will address those gathered at the fair.

Among those who will attend ate BiH Presidency member, Milorad Dodik, Council of Ministers Chairman, Zoran Tegeltija, as well as the Prime Minister of neighbouring Serbia, Ana Brnabic.

“Excellent conversation about bilateral relations, economic cooperation and the current situation in BiH,” wrote the Speaker of Bosnia’s House of Peoples, Dragan Covic, who met with Sziijarto after the Hungarian official arrived in Mostar.