Prime Minister Viktor Orbán attended a video conference in preparation for a two-day European Union summit on Thursday and Friday, and has called for member state candidate status to be granted to several European states on Monday.
At the meeting with European Council President Charles Michel and the prime ministers of Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Luxembourg and Malta, Orbán agreed with the EU proposal to grant candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova.
At the same time, Orbán and several other heads of state called for the same status for Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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