Orban welcomed in Serbia, two governments in joint session

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic welcomed on Sunday in Nis, southern Serbia, a delegation of the Hungarian government led by Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Source: B92

The ceremony at the town's Konstantin Veliki Airport included an honor guard and the playing of national anthems, in the presence of Serbian cabinet ministers, and President of the Assembly of the province of Vojvodina Istvan Pasztor.

According to the Serbian government's website, "a visit to the Prosek-Bancarevo road section on the eastern branch of Corridor 10 is planned for November 21."

After this, the two prime ministers and members of their cabinets will hold bilateral meetings, followed by a joint session of the two governments.

A number of agreements will also be signed, while Vucic and Orban are expected to address a joint news conference.

The two prime ministers will also attend a business forum organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Hungarian National Trading House.


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