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Professional discussion in Nyíregyháza

On 19th November at the Consumer Protection Inspectorate of the Government Office for Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County, dr. Attila Kriesch, director of European Consumer Centre Hungary hosted by the Hungarian Authority for Consumer Protection, dr. Zsolt Bakó, director of the Government Office for Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County and dr. Péter Jacsó, deputy director of the Government Office for Szabocs-Szatmár-Bereg County held a professional negotiation.

Besides the presentation of the Centre’s information leaflets on international passenger rights and cross-border electronic shopping dr. Attila Kriesch outlined the possible methods to assert cross-border complaints regarding the quality of a product and cross-border guarantee rights. The parties mutually found the discussion supporting authority work exceptionally useful and made each other sure of similar future discussions.

The leaflets – on passengers’ rights – compiled by the Centre will be available not only at the inspectorate but with the contribution of the inspectorate they will reach local travel agencies and travel organizer companies as well thus they will be available and provide important information for the wide range of passengers traveling abroad.

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