Years have been invested in building friendly relations between Serbia and Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Saturday, travelling on a train from Belgrade to Novi Sad with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Orbán told the Serbian press that “your president and I have invested years in building friendly relations between Serbia and Hungary”.
“This is a completely novel approach which involves difficulties, but I believe we have convinced the majority of Hungarians and Serbs that cooperation is the way of the future between the two countries”.
“I am a lucky man because I have a partner in this, the Serbian president who takes action instead of just talk,” he said.
“I have spent sixteen years in office, and I know that many people only talk about friendship and cooperation but do nothing,” he added.
“And now here’s a president who is very precise, very determined and takes action. We are thankful to him,” Orbán said.