Hungary and Austria must work together to guarantee each other’s security, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in Vienna on Tuesday after talks with Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, head of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO).
Speaking at a press conference held jointly with Strache, Orban said he and the vice-chancellor had agreed that their ministers in charge of security and infrastructure would conduct bilateral talks on security cooperation.
Orban said that up until recently, Austria had an “anti-Hungarian” government that was hostile to Hungary. This has now changed because there is a government in power that is fair, honest and strives for a friendly relationship with Hungary, he added.
Strache said Austria and Hungary should continue to deepen and develop their friendship.
Source and photo: MTI