The Prime Minister said one of the countries is in the European Union, the other one is not, “this is not a disadvantage, it even has opportunities to offer.”
“A country which seeks investment opportunities in the world could hardly find a more favourable political and economic scene than this,” he pointed out.
Mr Orbán and Mr Vucic had talks with Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. In that regard, the Prime Minister said the goal of the trilateral summit was to introduce Serbian-Hungarian economic cooperation to the representative of the Emirates. The meeting offered the possibility to survey opportunities, and to outline details of the cooperation conducted in the fields of infrastructure and trade. He added that this was the first time Hungary had the opportunity to attend such a meeting.
He highlighted he was convinced that they were able to represent the Serbian-Hungarian perspective compellingly to third countries and investors with an interest in the region.
He stressed that at his meeting with President Aleksandar Vucic in the afternoon, topics would include the issue of migration, Brussels, the enlargement of the European Union and the deadline for the latter.
In this regard, Mr Orbán stated that in every conflict Hungary was an advocate of dialogue because in his view conflicts could only be resolved via dialogue.
We don’t support any sanction against any country,said the Prime Minister.