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Hungarian EU presidency makes competitiveness top priority

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July-to-December programme says it is “critically important” to strengthen European science, research and innovation

The Hungarian government has made improving the EU’s competitiveness the top priority for its July-to-December stint shepherding the EU-related work of the bloc’s member state governments.

Hungary will take over the presidency of the Council of the EU governments on 1 July, taking its turn in the EU’s system of hosts rotating every six months.

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