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Hungary

Overview

  • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations : February 1, 1989
  • Bilateral Trade(2019)
    • Exports : $ 2,500 million (Computer, Automobile, Wireless Communication Devices)
    • Imports : $ 500 million (Electronics Parts, Automobile parts)
  • The ROK's Investment in Hungary (2019) : About $ 1,700 million
  • Number of Koreans living in Hungary(2019) : About 1,737
  • High-level Exchanges
    • From the ROK to Hungary
      • 1989   NovemberPresident Roh Tae-woo
      • 1996   MayPrime Minister Lee Soo-sung
      • 2001   DecemberPresident Kim Dae-jung
      • 2002   MarchSpeaker of the National Assembly Lee Man-sup
      • 2004   OctoberPrime Minister Lee Hae-chan
      • 2005   DecemberMinister of Foreign Affairs Ban Ki-moon
      • 2007   SeptemberPrime Minister Han Duck-soo
      • 2009   AugustSpecial Envoy of the president Park Geun-hye
      • 2011   JuneMinister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Kim Sung-hwan
      • 2014   AugustCheif Justice of the Supreme Court Yang Sung-tae
      • 2015   JulySpeaker of the National Assembly Chung ui-hwa
      • 2019   MayMinister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha
      • 2019   SeptemberSpeaker of the National Assembly Moon Hee-sang
    • From Hungary to the ROK
      • 1990   NovemberPresident Arpand Gonz
      • 1991   MarchMinister of Foreign Affairs Geza Jeszenszky
      • 1991   MaySpeaker of the National Assembly Gyorgy Szabad
      • 1995   DecemberPrime Minister Gyula Horn
      • 2000   AugustMinister of Agriculture Jozsef Torgyan
      • 2002   NovemberMinister of Economy and Transport Istvan Csillag
      • 2005   MarchPrime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany
      • 2006   AugustSpeaker of the National Assembly Katalin Szili
      • 2007   AprilMinister of Foreign Affairs Goncz
      • 2009   MarchMinister of Agriculture Jozsef Graf
      • 2009   NovemberPresident Laszlo Solyom
      • 2012   MarchPresident Pal Schmitt(Nuclear Security Summit)
      • 2013   OctoberMinister of Foreign Affairs Martonyi
      • 2014   NovemberPrime Minister Viktor Orban
      • 2015   AprilPresident Janos Ader
      • 2016   MaySpeaker of the National Assembly Lazlo Kover
      • 2016   DecemberMinister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto
      • 2019   DecemberMinister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto
      • 2020   JulyMinister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto

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