Russian President Vladimir Putin, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili and Bank of China chairman Chen Siqing have sent letters of congratulations to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán over his victory in Sunday’s general election, Orbán’s press chief said.
Kvirikashvili said: “I am extremely delighted to note that our relations and friendship, based upon mutual respect, understanding and far-sighted vision, are growing stronger in all areas of cooperation”.
Putin said that
Russian-Hungarian cooperation harboured significant potential and he expressed his belief that the further development of constructive bilateral relations served the interests of both countries and the whole of Europe,
Bertalan Havasi said.
Chen said he was pleased that Orbán had been re-elected yet again, adding that over the years, the Hungarian government had achieved “outstanding results” under Orbán’s leadership and Chinese-Hungarian relations had undergone “unprecedented development”.
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