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August 21, 2014

Romania, Hungary sign agreement on opening cross-border roads
Aug 21, 2014

Romania, Hungary sign agreement on opening cross-border roads.
The governments of Romania and Hungary have signed a framework agreement for opening 20 cross-border roads, including five in Arad (western Romania), County Council chairman Nicolae Iotcu announced in a press conference on Tuesday. Vice prime minister and minister of regional development and (...)
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