Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Boris Kollár, speaker of the Slovak parliament, for talks in Budapest on Tuesday.
Orbán and Kollár concluded that the two countries share positions on cooperation in the Visegrad Group, on issues around national interests, family policies, as well as illegal migration, the prime minister’s press office reported.
Hungary and Slovakia are interested in the European Union’s success, but also work to promote national interests and preserve the sovereignty of members, parties at the talks concluded. They also voiced commitment to applying “zero tolerance” for illegal migration.
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The Slovak house speaker praised the Hungarian government’s family policy, and both partners highlighted the crucial importance of cooperation between Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland.
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