Turkish president, Hungarian premier discuss ties, regional issues

  10 July 2024    Read: 732
Turkish president, Hungarian premier discuss ties, regional issues

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban discussed bilateral ties and regional and global issues Tuesday, AzVision.az reports citing Anadolu Agency. 

Holding a closed-door meeting on the sidelines of a NATO leaders' summit in the US, Erdogan told Orban that Türkiye is continuing its peaceful efforts to end the Russia-Ukraine war and Israel's attacks on the Gaza Strip, according to Türkiye's Communications Directorate.

Erdogan also underlined that the international community should increase its efforts to ensure peace in these regions.

The president told Orban that Ankara expects support for revitalizing Türkiye’s European Union accession process and advancing relations with the bloc during Hungary's term presidency.

Relations between Türkiye and Hungary were elevated to the level of a strategic partnership in 2013 after the establishment of the High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council. The friendly ties have gained momentum in every field in recent years.

Last December, the two countries celebrated the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations.



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