Orbán said the world has become uncertain, and Serbs and Hungarians must rethink a number of things. "I hope that President Vucic and I will play a role in this rethink" after the upcoming elections, he added.Continue reading
Years have been invested in building friendly relations between Serbia and Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Saturday, travelling on a train from Belgrade to Novi Sad with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Orbán told the Serbian press that “your president and I have invested years in building friendly relations between Serbia and Hungary.”
“This is a completely novel approach which involves difficulties but I believe we have convinced the majority of Hungarians and Serbs that cooperation is the way of the future between the two countries.”
“I am a lucky man because I have a partner in this, the Serbian president who takes action instead of just talk,” he said. “I have spent sixteen years in office and I know that many people only talk about friendship and cooperation but do nothing,” he added. “And now here’s a president who is very precise, very determined and takes action. We are thankful to him,” Orbán said.
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