Gas supply: Hungary to ink solidariy deals with neighbours

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has mandated the Minister for Innovation and Technology to sign agreements on solidarity mechanisms of bilateral natural gas supply.
According to the Official Gazette, the agreements would be signed between the governments of Hungary, Croatia, Austria, Romania and Slovakia.

The bilateral agreements are to be signed on proposals by the Minister for Innovation and Technology and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

The Minister for Innovation and Technology is to assign the staff to partake in the negotiations and he will be the one signing the drafts that come out of the talks.

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