PM to take part in sitting of Serbian, Hungarian governments

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will take part in a joint sitting of the governments of Serbia and Hungary in Budapest on Wednesday.

Source: Tanjug

As the government's media relations office said in a release, Vucic said that he will meet Hungarian President Janos Ader and Prime Minister Viktor Orban on the occasion.

The Serbian prime minister will also attend the opening of a Hungarian-Serbian business forum, and then lay wreaths at Heroes' Square, reads the release.

Hungarian Ambassador to Serbia Attila Pinter told Tanjug that the joint sitting will address the issues relating to the economic cooperation, including infrastructure projects, the reconstruction of the Belgrade-Budapest rail line, the opening of new border crossings, possible connections between the power grids and gas pipelines.

At this point, we cannot shun talks on illegal migration. The joint sitting will be a good opportunity to speak about that openly, Pinter said.

He added that several documents concerning the cultural and education cooperation could be signed during the meeting.


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