jubljana, June 28 (STA) - A Free Trade Zone Agreement between Slovenia and Hungary, signed on April 6 in Ljubljana, will come into force on July 1. The agreement was signed by the Hungarian Minister of International Economic Co-operation Bela Kadar and Slovenian Minister of Economy and Development Davorin Kračun.***
Ljubljana, 28 June - A FREE-TRADE ZONE AGREEMENT BETWEEN SLOVENIA AND HUNGARY COMES INTO FORCE ON JULY 1=
In April, Minister Bela Kadar said that the Free-Trade Agreement could be considered the agreement of the year for both countries. Together with the Contract on Cooperation signed in 1992 and the Agreement on Minorities, the Free-Trade Agreement provides a complete base for Slovenian-Hungarian relations. Slovenian Minister Davorin Kračun estimated that the agreement would show how both countries can survive the competition in Europe, which is very important for both as they wish to join the EU.
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