According to MTI, Minister Szijjártó said Hungary had a vested interest in maintaining good relations with all its neighbors. “Continuous, high-level talks are important because they give us hope of improving our ties, and we have an interest in maintaining the best possible relations with all of our neighbours. We will, of course, not change our pro-peace stance, but I am looking forward to our personal meeting in January, as an opportunity to discuss the most pressing bilateral issues,” he said on Facebook after the talks. Concerning the invitation by Ukrainian President Zelensky, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán recently said in an international press conference that they had been “swept together” at the inauguration ceremony of the Argentinian president in Buenos Aires, where Zelensky “offered talks and I accepted”. But first, topics should be clarified in preparatory talks between the two countries’ foreign ministers, he said. Ukraine and Hungary are preparing a meeting of Zelenskiy and Orbán in the near future, the Ukrainian president’s chief of staff said on Thursday.
Foreign Minister in talks with head of Ukrainian President's Office
Minister Szijjártó said Hungary had a vested interest in maintaining good relations with all its neighbors.