Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has sent a letter to Mario Draghi to congratulate him on his appointment as Italy’s next prime minister, Orbán’s press chief said on Monday.
Orbán said in his letter that the year 2020 had resulted in unexpected challenges and extraordinary changes that threatened “our most basic values: the security of our citizens and the stability of our countries”, Bertalan Havasi told MTI.
The prime minister said he was convinced that the hardships would strengthen “our respective nations” and “help transform uncertainties” in a way that they gain momentum.
Orbán assured Draghi that the Hungarian government remained dedicated to “enhancing bilateral ties and strengthening European cooperation based on mutual respect” in every areas including security, competitiveness and international interest-representation, Havasi said.
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