Serbian and Hungarian governments to hold joint session
The prime ministers of Serbia and Hungary, Ana Brnabic and Viktor Orban, have agreed to hold a joint session of their cabinets in February.Source: Tanjug
Tanjug reported this on Tuesday, citing Hungary's MTI.
Orban and Brnabic concluded during their bilateral meeting that "preparations for the southern corridor for natural gas transport are being carried out according to plan."
The two prime ministers also spoke about Hungary's support to Serbia in its efforts to join the EU, and about improving the Budapest-Belgrade railway.
MTI added that the meeting was attended by Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.
Brnabic was in Budapest on Monday for the China-Central and Eastern Europe summit.