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Orbán discusses situation in Europe, energy issues with Bulgarian president

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán discussed with Rumen Radev, the president of Bulgaria, the political situation in Europe and energy issues at their meeting in Budapest on Thursday, Orbán's press chief told MTI.

At the talks, Orbán underlined Bulgaria’s increased role in contributing to Hungary’s energy security as a transit country. He praised Bulgaria for being an excellent partner in that area, Bertalan Havasi said.

Orbán and Radev discussed the EU integration prospects of the Western Balkan countries and the importance of a ceasefire and peace talks concerning the war in Ukraine.

During Radev’s visit, a memorandum of understanding was signed on strengthening the cooperation between Bulgargaz and MVM CEEEnergy’s subsidiaries in gas supplies and trade in central and eastern Europe.

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