Kosovo and Hungary with guide to intensify economic cooperationPrishtina, April 4, 2017 – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, Valon Murtezaj and Levente Magyar Minister of State at the Ministry of foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, signed today the act of protocol of the Joint Commission Session on economic cooperation Kosovo-Hungary.
Deputy Minister Murtezaj who is also co-chair of this committee has emphasized that “this protocol that we are signing today is a good document that will serve as a guide to intensify and give a greater dynamic to joint activities between the two countries in all fields”.
On this occasion, Deputy Minister Murtezaj thanked Minister Magyar for the continuous support that the Hungary has given to Kosovo in continuity but even now.
“I thank the Government of Hungary and the Hungarian people for all support given to Kosovo in difficult times but also in today’s times of development for the recognition of the independent state of Kosovo and for the support of Hungary in Kosovo memberships in various international organizations and institutions”, said Deputy Minister Murtezaj.
On the other hand, Minister Magyar, remembering the good relations between the two countries, was convinced that in the future, Kosovo and Hungary will be able to talk about the results of joint projects because as he pointed out, the Hungarian investments in Kosovo will include many projects that will improve the lives of citizens.
“Many strategic projects will be realized from the Hungarian funding, which are related to infrastructure, transport, waters management and I think these will be projects that will show the development of the country. Among other things, I would also mention the construction of National Stadium of Kosovo, to which Hungary has made a proposal for funding and negotiations are ongoing on this issue and we are among the favorable candidates for the realization of this facility”, said Minister Magyar.
While he expressed gratitude to the Government of Kosovo for the efforts to identify the fields in which both governments could work together.