Budapest, May 2 (MTI) – Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Monday met his Kosovan counterpart, Isa Mustafa, to discuss bilateral relations, the PM’s office said.

Orban reassured his partner that Hungary would maintain strong ties with Kosovo, noting that stability in the western Balkan region was of strategic importance to Hungary, cabinet press spokesman Bertalan Havasi said.

The two prime ministers agreed to launch a financial assistance programme to help Hungarian water management companies enter the Kosovo market.

They also agreed that Hungary would offer state scholarships to more Kosovan university students.

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