PM Orbán resolves Hungary's conflict with Holland and says Hungarian Ambassador can return to the country
Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, announced that he had ordered Hungary’s ambassador to The Hague to return to his post on Saturday
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has resolved Hungary's conflict with Holland and has said the Hungarian ambassador can now return to the country.
The prime minister announced the news during the summit of EU heads of state and government in the capital of Estonia, following a meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
“We successfully brought the conflict to a close, and in fact we quite like each other and agreed on very many issues," the prime minister said.
Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, announced that he had ordered Hungary’s ambassador to The Hague to return to his post on Saturday.
“Holland is one of Hungary’s important partners and cooperation between the two countries is effective, but even this excellent relationship cannot allow any parallel to be drawn between the other country and terrorists," Minister Szijjártó pointed out. “We are glad that the Dutch government has also recognised this fact," he added.