Orban-Golob meeting: Relations between Hungary and Slovenia are problem-free
Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob received his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban at a working lunch on Friday in Maribor, Slovenia, Bertalan Havasi, Mr Orban's press chief, informed Hungary's news agency (MTI).
At the meeting, also attended by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, the parties discussed the challenges Europe is facing in terms of energy security. In light of that, they described the connection of the two countries’ electricity networks as a huge success. A ceremony celebrating the completion of the project will be held in the presence of the two premiers on Friday afternoon in Cirkovce, Slovenia.
The Hungarian prime minister wrote on his social media page that
The way out of the energy crisis is cooperation instead of sanctions.
Viktor Orban and Robert Golob also stated that the bilateral relations between Hungary and Slovenia are not burdened by any problematic issues, Bertalan Havasi said, adding that the two leaders expressed their support of further economic development of the border regions.