Biden on inauguration
Washington, US. Photo: MTI/AP/Pool/Saul Loeb

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has congratulated Joe Biden on his inauguration as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday.

In his congratulatory letter, Orbán said the last four years had demonstrated the potential of the friendly and mutually beneficial cooperation between Hungary and the US. The prime minister said this period had opened up new perspectives in bilateral relations in the areas of security, energy policy and the economy.

Orbán assured Biden of Hungary’s continued commitment to strengthening bilateral ties on the basis of mutual respect and goodwill.

Hungary also seeks to build on its alliance with the US within NATO, its commitment to the fight against terrorism and the two countries’ joint efforts to secure alternative energy sources for central Europe.

The prime minister wished Biden success and good health for his term in office.

As we said, today, the opposition Socialist and Democratic Coalition (DK) parties see the presidency of Joe Biden, starting on Wednesday, as one putting an end to populist policy making in the United States. Hungary’s green LMP party has welcomed US President-elect Joe Biden’s pledge to rejoin the Paris climate accord, details HERE.

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Source: MTI

  1. You come too late with your congratulations, Mr. Orbananas, 78 days late.

  2. There is no reason to congratulate a person on the basis of words.. Calling half of the country racist is not the way to unite the country.

  3. @Orbananas
    Nah! Don’t think the election went smoothly, and clearly AGAIN. Many weren’t sure who to congratulate till after the electoral vote, and even after that, so 78 days, Nah!

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