The president said a strategic agreement was signed to enable effective action against terrorism, while others aim to strengthen ties in several areas, including tourism, agriculture, water management and education.
The foreign minister said the visit will be Sadyr Japarov’s first to a European Union member state.
A festival has been organized under an agreement on bilateral cooperation between the foreign ministries of the two countries in 2022 – 2025.
The foreign minister said Central Asia is one of the world’s fastest-growing regions and will continue to be a key destination when it comes to Hungary’s foreign trade aspirations.
“We Hungarians are more understanding of Central Asia than perhaps any other European country,” the foreign minister said.
Following talks in Budapest with Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said Hungary must continue to function in every way, and this also applied to its diplomacy and foreign relations.