Orban: Hungary Supports Dialogue, Opposes Sanctions | Beta Briefing

Orban: Hungary Supports Dialogue, Opposes Sanctions

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Archive / News | 02.10.23 | access_time 08:50

Viktor Orban and Aleksandar Vucic (BETAPHOTO/DRAGAN GOJIC)

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said during a Sept. 29 meeting in Belgrade that his country had always advocated talks and never supported sanctions.

“Hungary has always been on the side of dialogue, in any conflict. We have always been committed to dialogue and never supported sanctions against any country,” Orban said at a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Orban and Vucic had previously met with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Khaled bin Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, within an initiative to establish regional strategic security in the areas of energy, water supply, the food industry and human resources.

Orban said that the purpose of the meeting was to present bilateral cooperation between Serbia and Hungary to the representative of the United Arab Emirates and show that this was an exceptional opportunity that had been created by “successful and explicit” political and economic cooperation between the two neighbors.

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