Prime Minister Viktor Orbán discussed the war in Ukraine and Moldova’s European integration with Natalia Gavrilița, his Moldovan counterpart, in a phone call, the PM’s press chief said. Orbán and Gavrilița discussed the situation in Ukraine, including the refugee crisis, noting that both of their countries neighbour Ukraine and help hundreds of thousands of people fleeing the war. Orbán welcomed the Moldovan government’s plan to obtain European Union candidate status. Hungary will support Moldova’s EU integration throughout the path towards membership, the prime minister told Gavrilița. Orbán and Gavrilița also praised their countries’ historical ties and expressed their support for further boosting bilateral economic and training cooperation, Havasi added.