Bosnia’s stability and security are in Hungary’s best interests
On Tuesday in the Carmelite Monastery, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Chair of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zeljka Cvijanovic had talks about the development of cooperation between the two countries and international, primarily security issues, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.
At the meeting, Mr Orbán said in the era of threats, Hungary has a vested interest in Bosnia and Herzegovina being a safe and stable country. Hungary continues to remain ready to provide support with Bosnia’s EU integration and economic development; we are open to cooperation, the Prime Minister stated.
The Bosnian President thanked Hungary for its help and laid down that it was important to continue an intensive dialogue between the two countries and to strengthen economic and trade relations, Mr Havasi reported.