The foreign minister said the Hungarian government expects international political organizations, including the European Union, to support the United States’ plan to secure peace in the Middle East.
Hungary continues to support the US in its efforts to bring about peace in the Middle East, Péter Szijjártó said ahead of talks with US national security advisor Robert O’Brien and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows in Washington, adding that the region’s stability was strongly linked to Europe’s security. If there is peace and stability in the Middle East then there is a good chance that Europe can avoid having to deal with new migration waves from the region, the minister said.
According to MTI, Minister Szijjártó is the only EU foreign minister attending the signing of Israel’s agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on normalising diplomatic ties, a document he called “historic”. “It’s clear that US President Donald Trump himself and his administration have played a huge role in this,” Minister Szijjártó said, praising the president for his efforts in brokering the deals.
“Hungary continues to support the US’s peace efforts in the Middle East,” he said. “We stand by Israel and we stand by the position that Israel should not be held to double standards.”