- 28 Mar 2017 6:42 AM
He told MTI by phone that he had met several foreign ministry officials and held a lecture to local professionals about the experiences Hungary gained from merging the ministries of foreign economy and diplomacy.
The launch of regular direct flights will be required because Hungarian tourists now fill weekly five charter flights to Tunisia, up from the earlier weekly two, he said. The security situation justifies the increased demand, with the authorities in Tunisia keeping things under control and no terrorist attacks committed against tourists in the past one year, he added.
An official Tunisian delegation will travel to Budapest next week to finalise the agreement on the regular fright. Tunisair is expected to operate the service from next year, he added.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.
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