A work-plan has been signed between Hungary and Morocco

October 17, 2014

Budapest, 17th October 2014.

Mr. Zoltan Balogh, Minister of Human Resources of Hungary, and Mr. Mohammed Ouzzine, Minister of Sport and Youth of Morocco, signed a work plan about expert education and the question of the youth on 17th October 2014 in Budapest/Hungary.

Main aim of the agreement is that the Parties help the cooperation between sport authorities and background institutes responsible for sport facilities, sport expert education and sport federations. In the field of the youth the intention of the governments of the two countries is to support study-tours, international forums, summer camps and also young artists mutually taking part in cultural and artistic events of the two countries.

Mr. Zoltan Balogh, Minister of Human Resources of Hungary, said after the signature of the agreement that in the frame of Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship program 100 students from
Morocco are arriving in Hungary. He also added that the sport of Hungary has never got as much support as in these few years. This support is realized in the organization of world level competitions and the signature of such agreements as the present one.


Minister from Morocco expressed his hope that the current signed agreement may further strengthen the connection between the two countries because it is beneficial for both Parties. He also added that Morocco respects the sport success of Hungary and hopes that his country will learn a lot from the exchange of experience between the two countries.

The Royal Moroccan Kickboxing Federation and the Hungarian Kickboxing Federation also signed a separate cooperation agreement with each other in the presence of the two ministers. The sport cooperation contains e-learning coach education and other traditional fields such as the organization of training camps, competitions and joint events.

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