Libya talks bilateral cooperation with Hungary at African-European Summit
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Mohamed Sayala discussed with the Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Zigarto the resumption of the Hungarian embassy’s work from Tripoli.
In a statement by the Libya foreign Affairs ministry media office, Sayala and his Hungarian counterpart met on the sidelines of the African-European Summit held in the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, to discuss a possible visit by foreign minister Zigarto to the capital Tripoli to reopen the embassy and the prospects of future cooperation between the two nations across all fields.
The Government of Hungary will award 10 scholarships each year to Libyan students to study in its educational institutions, starting from the next academic year 2019/2018, according to the statement.
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