Hungarian state-owned electricity supplier MVM announced that it has opened an office in Moscow. The move was made in order to maintain closer ties with Russian Government and business partners, thus making a better use of shared business opportunities.
CEO of MVM Peter Csiba said on the occasion that the office in Moscow will make a big contribution on further strengthening of economic and energy connections between Hungary and Russia and is in line with the Government’s policy on the opening of the Hungarian market to the East.
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