Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) leader Hunor Kelemen, in preparation for the Hungarian Permanent Conference meeting to be held next week, Orbán’s press secretary Bertalan Havasi said. The two sides exchanged views about preparations for the parliamentary elections in Romania and expressed satisfaction over cooperation between ethnic Hungarian organisations regarding the selection of candidates, said Mr. Havasi. Orbán and Kelemen agreed on the need of strong Hungarian representation in the Romanian parliament, the press secretary said.
A previous Hungarian Permanent Conference in the Parliament of Hungary
They also reviewed progress in the development projects supported by Hungary to serve the interests of ethnic Hungarians in Romania. Kelemen invited Orbán for a visit to Szatmárnémeti (Satu Mare, Romania) which is expected to take place this year, he said.
via: hungarymatters.hu; mno.hu; rmdsz.ro