President Katalin Novák and Defence Minister Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky on Wednesday inspected Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system. Szalay-Bobrovniczky told journalists that he and President Novák had attended “important” meetings at the invitation of Israel’s president and prime minister-elect, as well as Israel’s outgoing PM. He said bilateral relations “have been very good for a very long time”, especially when it comes to defence matters. Hungary is examining Iron Dome, especially in light of Tuesday’s events in Ukraine, the minister said. In addition, it is studying Israel’s “well-structured” high-tech cooperation between its defence industry, army and air force.