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Friday, 2 October 2020, Nuremberg, Free State of Bavaria, Germany: Hungary’s Foreign and Trade Minister Péter Szijjárto paid a visit to Bavaria to open the country’s latest consulate in the city of Nuremberg, about 170 km from Munich. 

Nuremberg is Bavaria’s second largest city with a population of approximately 511,628 inhabitants. The consulate stands at the Consular Square in Nuremberg, and underlines the manifold connections between Germany and Hungary. The joint dialogue is important and valuable, especially in difficult times.

From the German-Bavarian side, State Minister Dr. Florian Herrmann, Head of the State Chancellery and Minister of State for Federal and European Affairs and Media was present to open the consulate alongside Hungary’s chief of diplomacy. 

For further information:
Embassy of Hungary in Germany (HE Ambassador Dr. Péter Györkös): https://berlin.mfa.gov.hu/deu

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