Hungary pavilion designed to boost Arab diplomatic and cultural relations

Government expects Hungarian water management technologies to enter UAE market as a result of presence at Expo 2020.

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The Hungarian government confirmed it has earmarked $75.4 million for its Expo 2020 participation.
The Hungarian government confirmed it has earmarked $75.4 million for its Expo 2020 participation.

Hungary will seek to boost its Arab diplomatic and cultural relations through its Expo 2020 pavilion.

The Lorinc Csernyus-designed, circular structure will boast a timber frame and pay tribute to the country's thermal waters on a 1,828 sq m plot in the Mobility District.

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Péter Szijjarto, Hungary's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said: "The central topic of Hungary's presentation will be water, and the government expects Hungarian water management technologies to enter the market in the UAE as a result of presence at the Expo.”

The Hungarian government confirmed it has earmarked $75.4 million for its Expo 2020 participation.

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