Bulgarian Economy Minister Lukarski Meets with His Hungarian Counterpart Mihai Varga

Bulgarian Economy Minister Lukarski Meets with His Hungarian Counterpart Mihai Varga

During his visit to Hungary Bulgarian Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski met with Minister of National Economy of Hungary Mihai Varga. They expressed the opinion that there was a much higher potential between the two countries despite the strong results and economic relations.
During the meeting Minister Varga informed Minister Lukarski on the progress and experience of Hungary in the introduction of duality training. He explained that in Hungary total of 330 vocational schools have passed to the Ministry of Economy. The Ministry and the Economic Chamber identify priority subjects for vocational training according to the needs of the business training that is subsidised by the state, every year. Currently, there are 53,000 youths training within the system.
Minister Varga also shared the experience of Hungary in addressing the debt crisis, reducing unemployment rate and achieving economic growth.
In turn, Minister Lukarski assured that the Bulgarian government and Prime Minister Borisov highly evaluate the economic policy and good economic performance achieved by Hungary. He pointed out that the main priority of the country was export promotion and cooperation of export-oriented enterprises between the two countries.

FOCUS News Agency

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