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Celje, 2018. május 11. Orbán Viktor miniszterelnök (k), Janez Jansa, a Szlovén Demokrata Pár (SDS) elnöke (j) és Milan Zver, az SDS európai parlamenti képviselõje (b) az SDS kampányrendezvényén Celjén, a Golovec csarnokban 2018. május 11-én. Szlovéniában június 3-án elõrehozott parlamenti választásokat tartanak. MTI Fotó: Koszticsák Szilárd

Hungary will continue to build an “open and honest cooperation based on mutual benefits” with Slovenia in the next four years, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Slovenia’s Lendava (Lendva) on Friday.

Orbán held talks with former Slovenian prime minister Janez Jansa and Janez Magyar, a candidate of Jansa’s Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) in that country’s early elections set for June 3.

Orbán referred to close ties between the peoples of Hungary and Slovenia,

and said that his government was ready to promote the economy of Slovenia‘s northeastern region, home to an ethnic Hungarian community.

Orbán said the goal of his visit was to speak for Jansa, a “committed and courageous” politician, who could ensure that Slovenia is led by a “strong, stable, determined and brave government”, which the country needs.

The Hungarian prime minister thanked Slovenia Hungarians for their support to his Fidesz party’s recent election win, helping the country to a “civic, national, and Christian” government.

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Jansa thanked the Hungarian government for its support to Slovenia’s Hungarian community

and praised Hungary for “setting an example” in protecting the European Union’s external borders.

Later in the day, Orbán attended an SDS campaign rally in Celje, also attended by Manfred Weber, group leader of the European People’s Party.

In his address, Orbán said that Slovenia’s prosperity was in Hungary’s interest.

Concerning migration, Orbán said that the 2015 crisis was but a “prelude to what is still to come”. Tens of millions will leave Africa for Europe, and “will keep coming as long as they receive invitations, as long as they see a small chance of getting to Europe”, Orbán insisted and added that “unless we watch carefully we may lose our countries”.

Referring to Slovenia’s future, Orbán said that

the country’s crucial decisions “must not be entrusted to small parties coming from nowhere” or politicians “jumping out of the cloaks of Marx or Lenin”.

He added that it was “shameful” that “some European leaders now pay tribute to Marx”.

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Source: MTI

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