Denpasar — Ambassador of Hungary to Indonesia, Judit Nemeth Pach, has offered to strengthen the educational cooperation with Indonesian province of Bali by providing scholarships to students from Bali who wish to continue their studies in Hungary. “The scholarships will not only cover the tuition fees but also the living costs,” Ambassador Nemeth Pach said here on Monday (09/10) after he met with Bali Governor I Made Mangku Pastika. In addition to educational cooperation, Hungary also wished to cooperate with Bali in other sectors including the economic, agricultural and cultural sectors. Hungary also plans to open the market for zalacca, a typical beverage of Bali. “Bali is a province that plays a very important role and has become an important major tourist destination for our citizens,” the envoy stated. In the meantime, Pastika hailed and appreciated the scholarship offer in a bid to improve the quality of Bali’s human resources. “Bali does not have natural wealth like other regions. We only have culture, nature and human resources. Thus, an increase in the quality of human resources is very necessary. I appreciate all forms of scholarships provided by Hungary,” Pastika disclosed.