Prime ministers Ana Brnabic (l) and Viktor Orbán in Budapest – Photo: PMO

Orbán holds talks with Serbian counterpart in Brussels

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with Ana Brnabic, his Serbian counterpart, in Brussels, on Wednesday, Orban's press chief said.

The two leaders praised the excellent political and economic relations between Hungary and Serbia and recently implemented joint development projects, highlighting the inauguration of the revamped Szeged-Subotica (Szabadka) rail line, Bertalan Havasi said.

Orbán told his partner that it was “unfair” from Brussels to make exception “without any reason” and speed up Ukraine’s EU integration, while slowing down integration talks with the Western Balkan countries “without any reason”, he said.

The meeting was attended by Hungary’s EU affairs minister.

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