Orbán said his talks with Johnson had focused mainly on the future of Hungarian-UK relations,
He said the deal was also significant in terms of Hungary’s sovereignty.
the two countries’ foreign ministers would sign an agreement on the mutual recognition of each other’s immunity certificates.
dismissed accusations of anti-Semitism as “simply ridiculous”, noting that Hungary had a large Jewish community.
“We don’t like this, but this has nothing to do with ethnic identity,”
Johnson had raised concerns about human rights in Hungary, including gender equality, LGBT rights and media freedom.