Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Tuesday spoke with Aleksandar Vučić, the Serbian president by phone and they stated their commitment towards cooperation between their respective countries, Orban’s press chief said. The two leaders emphasised that Hungary and Serbia will support each other and will together to overcome difficult challenges Europe is to face in the coming period, Bertalan Havasi told MTI.
In addition to bilateral cooperation, Vučić and Orbán also discussed the situation in the region, the migration crisis, topical EU affairs and global issues, he said.
Vučić expressed thanks to the Hungarian government for the help it provided in storing gas with which the country has contributed to ensuring Serbia’s energy security. The two sides said that bilateral cooperation in energy is faring well, Havasi said.