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Hungarian meat exports to Philippines given green light

Staff Writer |
“Following lengthy negotiations, three Hungarian companies have been given licenses to begin exporting Hungarian meat to the Philippines”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced at a business forum in Manila.

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In a recording of the Minister’s speech provided to Hungarian news agency MTI, Mr. Szijjártó identified agriculture as one of the key areas of cooperation between the two countries.

According to the Foreign Minister, the commencement of meat exports will give significant impetus to Hungarian agricultural exports to the Philippines.

Szijjártó highlighted the fact that Hungary has Europe’s most stringent food safety guidelines, and the fact that the country’s agriculture must be kept GMO-free is even included in the Constitution.

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