Serbian and Hungarian cabinets hold joint session

BELGRADE -- Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is visiting Belgrade on Tuesday where he is meeting with his Serbian counterpart, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić.


Vučić welcomed Orban with full state and military honors in front of the Palace of Serbia.

The two countries' governments will hold a joint sitting, during which several agreements will be signed.

Before the governments hold a joint session at the Palace of Serbia, Vučić and Orban will confer and address the media.

Ministers from the two governments will also hold a series of meetings, according to announcements.

Orban is also set to meet with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić.