Following the meeting of Prime Ministers of Ukraine and Hungary Volodymyr Groysman and Victor Orbán on Thursday the representatives of the governments of the two countries signed a number of bilateral documents.
Namely, Volodymyr Groysman and Victor Orbán inked a Framework Agreement between the Government of Ukraine and Government of Hungary on granting a tied aid loan and a Protocol of intent on comprehensive development of border crossing points and infrastructure at the state border between Ukraine and Hungary.
Apart from that, in the presence of Heads of Government of Ukraine and Hungary, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Kistion and Minister of National Development of Hungary Miklós Seszták signed an Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Hungary on maintenance of border road bridges on the Ukrainian-Hungarian state border.
Moreover, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to Hungary with Liubov Nepop and Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary Bence Rétvári inked an Agreement between the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine and Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary on cooperation in sports and physical culture sector.
Later, in his comments to the journalists regarding the outcomes of his meeting with Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán, Volodymyr Groysman said: "Today we have had a substantive and long dialogue on the issues of priority projects to be jointly implemented".
"Today we have signed deals providing for specific measures in various fields. I strongly believe that we must deepen our economic relationship, to intensify and expand the capabilities of our international trade, as well as create conditions for efficient investment in the economies of our countries. Here we are absolutely open to such cooperation", stressed the Head of Government.
According to Viktor Orbán, both Ukraine and Hungary will benefit from the deals committed today.
"I admit that the major economic and infrastructure programs in the lives of the two countries were launched today, as a result of the recent meeting," said the Prime Minister of Hungary.
Hungary is granting € 50 million to trigger the implementation of the programme, he added.