Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić on Sunday met Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for a working dinner on the eve of the fifth Serbian-Hungarian government summit, to be held in Subotica (Szabadka), the prime minister’s press chief said. Orbán and Vucic had talks in the company of their respective foreign ministers Peter Szijjártó and Ivica Dačić in Palić (Palics), Bertalan Havasi said.
On Monday morning Orbán is scheduled to meet counterpart Ana Brnabić while ministers of the two governments will hold separate meetings. The subsequent plenary session will be attended by Hungarian and Serbian government members. Bilateral agreements will be signed on infrastructure development, the modernisation of the Szeged-Subotica railway link, cooperation in European integration, water management, defence and technical assistance to Serbian police. The programme will be concluded with the prime ministers’ joint press conference and a lunch in Subotica, Havasi said.