Hungary-Slovakia ties are at a high point, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said on Thursday after inaugurating a power line traversing the two countries above the River Danube at Gönyű, in north-western Hungary.
Good neighbourly relations are being properly practised by both countries, with a focus on what binds rather than separates them, Szijjártó said in the presence of Slovak Deputy Prime Minister Igor Matovic.
The power lines are 1.5km long between Gönyű and Bos (Gabcikovo) and 23km between Sajóivánka and Rimaszombat (Rimavska Sobota).
Last year, bilateral trade turnover totalled more than 10 billion euros, Szijjártó said, adding that Slovakia is Hungary’s third most important trading partner.
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