Bangladesh has signed a MoU with Hungary on cooperation in the field of training and education of atomic industry on the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen and Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó signed the deal in Budapest on June 7 as they discussed future cooperation.
They also agreed to deepen relations in economy, health, climate change, water and waste-water management, trade and investment, nuclear energy, and post-Covid recovery.
During a meeting, Momen spoke of Bangladesh's leadership role in global climate discourse as the immediate past chair of the Climate Vulnerable Forum and requested the Hungarian foreign minister to extend cooperation to mobilize more support for implementing the Paris Climate Agreement.
They also agreed to cooperate in clean and renewable energy sectors and on training and education of nuclear energy professionals.