The Hungarian and South Korean institutes for transport have signed a research cooperation agreement on vehicle industry and e-mobility, it has been announced.
The agreement was sealed at the “Smart Mobility for Smart City” conference in Budapest on Monday, attended by László Palkovics, Minister for Technology and Innovation.
Palkovics noted that the event fell on the 30th anniversary of Hungarian-South Korean diplomatic ties. The agreement will further boost those relations, he said.
Korean Ambassador to Hungary Choe Kyoo-Sik praised the two countries’ mutual support in smart mobility. South Korea and Hungary will be one another’s best partners in the fourth industrial revolution, he said.
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