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Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said an agreement has successfully been reached on the quantity and price of next year’s Gazprom natural gas shipments to Hungary, in addition to which negotiations have also begun on gas shipments for 2020
“This is the first opportunity in the past few decades that Hungary can buy large volumes of gas from a non-Russian source,” Hungary's foreign minister said. He hailed the cooperation agreement as “historic progress towards Hungary’s energy security”
The close cooperation between the two countries are certainly good for feeding political rumors. But on what gas would Hungarian industry run today, what fuel would Hungarian households use for heating if the gas purchase agreement had expired at the end of 2015, Hungary's foreign minister said
“It is hard to imagine a successful Hungary,” the prime minister said, “without establishing open, vigorous and fruitful economic and trade relations with one of the biggest players in the global economy”
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Budapest on Thursday. President Putin said that he was in agreement with PM Orbán about the need to strengthen cooperation in the fight against international terrorism