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    A roadmap aimed at strengthening science and technology has been signed between Uzbekistan and Hungary

    Science 5 October 2022 419

    On October 4, within the framework of the official visit of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan to Hungary, Minister of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan Ibrohim Abdurakhmonov and Minister of Foreign Economic Relations and Foreign Affairs of Hungary Peter Szijjarto signed a "roadmap" aimed at strengthening relations between the two countries in the field of science and technology.

    In accordance with the roadmap, it was decided to complete the second stage of the Uzbek-Hungarian joint start-up competition with a total cost of 2 million euros, as well as the organization of the third stage of the Uzbek-Hungarian joint start-up competition for a total of 2 million euros.

    In addition, the parties agreed that the 2nd stage of the competition of joint scientific projects will be announced in 2023. Young scientists conducting research in the field of agriculture will be sent for an internship at the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Natural Sciences.

    Additional quotas will also be allocated for doctoral students under the Hungarian Stipendium Hungaricum grant program. Within the framework of the Stipendium Hungaricum grant program, students will be offered an educational program in the field of physical education and sports. In cooperation with the Etvos Laurent Research Network, internships are organized for the purpose of conducting scientific research in the laboratories of leading research institutions in Hungary. Special attention will be paid to gaining experience and internships of young scientists in the field of nuclear energy.

    In turn, the roadmap provides for strengthening cooperation between the Fergana State University and the Hungarian University of Agriculture and Natural Sciences.

    Recall that the Minister of Innovative Development, Academician Ibrohim Abdurakhmonov is also an honorary professor at the Hungarian University of Obuda.