Peter Szijjarto added that cooperation between Hungary and Vietnam “now dates back more than seven decades.” According to the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the head of the department welcomed the strengthening of this cooperation by both parties in the past two days.
Szijjártó reported that thanks to the signed agreements, cooperation in foreign affairs will be closer than before, and on their basis, cultural relations will be brought closer, joint action against international crime will be strengthened, and Hungarian water management technologies will be exported. To Southeast Asian country it may also expand.
He described it as good news that there are no open political issues between the two countries, but only cooperation based on mutual benefit.
Everything is being done to ensure that cooperation between companies is also successful
He pointed out that the managers of the participating companies are required to exploit this opportunity and conclude the largest possible number of deals.
As previously reported by Index, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Vietnam's Prime Minister, Pham Minh Chinh, in Budapest on Thursday.