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POTÁPI: SENTA SCHOOL UPGRADE 'MODEL' OF HUNGARIAN, SERBIAN GOVT COOPERATION

 

A secondary school in Senta (Zenta), in northern Serbia, has been renewed in a joint project supported by the Hungarian and Serbian governments, a senior Hungarian government official said at the inauguration of the facility.
“The project is an outstanding example of how two countries can work together to help the region thrive,” the state secretary for Hungarian communities abroad said.
The Hungarian government part-financed the project with 120 million forints (EUR 375,000) and the Serbian government by the dinar equivalent of 470 million forints, Árpád János Potápi said.
The Hungarian government is ready to provide “all possible support to ensure Hungarian children and youth access to high standard education where they live and help them become a useful member of their communities,” he said.