Budapest, May 20 (MTI) – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Cuban opposition leader and human rights activist Oscar Elias Biscet in Budapest, Orbán’s press chief said in a statement.
Orbán and Biscet agreed that freedom, democracy and human rights are common ideals pursued both by Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party headed by Orbán and the Cuban opposition, the statement said.
Parties at the talks agreed to deepen cooperation and that Hungary will further share with the Cuban side its experience in the transition to democracy. Orbán and Biscet also hailed the recent meltdown in Cuba’s international isolation, the statement said.
The meeting was attended by Fidesz’s MEP József Szájer, foreign affairs leader Zsolt Németh and former foreign minister János Martonyi.