Serb-Hungarian relations "on upward trajectory"

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Monday received Vojvodina ssembly President Istvan Pasztor.

Source: Tanjug
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According to a statement from the Serbian government quoted by Tanjug, Vucic "informed Pasztor about the latest economic analysis, results of fiscal consolidation and major macroeconomic trends in Serbia."

They "conferred on important infrastructure projects in Serbia, particularly on the projects that will be partly realized in Vojvodina, and other issues of importance for the citizens in the province."

Pasztor "expressed satisfaction over realization of infrastructure projects, stressing that construction of railways and roads will lead to a greater number of investments and employment rise."

Pasztor, who is also the leader of the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians - a party gathering ethnic Hungarians in Serbia's northern province - spoke with the prime minister about "relations between Serbs and Hungarians."

They "agreed that that relations between the two peoples are on an upward trajectory, adding that with understanding of the past events, Serbs and Hungarians are now turned to the European future and wish to have the closest possible relations."

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