Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Tuesday, to discuss further strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries, the PM’s press chief said.
Hungary is committed to further strengthening economic ties with Türkiye, and is working to increase trade volume to an annual 6 billion dollars, Bertalan Havasi cited Orbán as saying. Türkiye’s stability and security are key to Europe’s stability and security, Orbán said at the meeting held in his office in Budapest, and he called on the European Union to support the country in handling challenges connected to migration.
Orbán and Cavusoglu agreed that the international community should be striving for a speedy, peaceful end to the war in Ukraine. Cavusoglu arrived in Hungary at the invitation of Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó.
Szijjártó and Cavusoglu: