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Viktor Orbán also reported in his radio interview last Friday morning that he had been in the kitchen the day before, Thursday night, when he was called by US President Donald Trump, with whom he spoke at length about epidemic control, the presidential election and many other US-Hungarian cooperation issues. As he said, “today’s politics is collegial, we talk to each other, even in a smaller company, not just through ambassadors or exchanges of notes”.
He said the U.S. president had a particularly close, almost friendly relationship with leaders in Eastern European countries. “We are the same with the German Chancellor,” said Viktor Orbán, who also mentioned that he is in favor of re-electing Donald Trump, because what the President is doing is good for the region.
According to Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó, Donald Trump has done something for which the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded.
Peter Szijjártó logged in from Washington on his Facebook page, explaining in the video that Israel, with the help of the United States, had signed a peace agreement with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. According to Szijjártó, Trump did something that deserved the Nobel Peace Prize:
Donald Trump brought under an agreement that not many people would have thought. Nobel Peace Prizes are usually awarded for such achievements.
Two agreements have been signed, which could open a whole new chapter, peace and terrorism could be replaced by peace. This, as he emphasized, is also important because security in the Middle East also affects Europe's security situation.
Péter Szijjártó emphasized: the relationship between Hungary and the United States has never been so good. Both Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Donald Trump speak honestly and clearly about their vision, political correctness and hypocrisy are not typical of any of them, and this creates an opportunity for excellent cooperation. Furthermore, they both take a firm stand against illegal migration, think similarly about protecting Christian communities, supporting families, and agree on world policy issues, Szijjártó said.
During the Foreign Minister's trip, an agreement was also signed between the largest privately owned listed space research company and the Hungarian government.
On energy issues, Péter Szijjártó said: In Washington, they acknowledged that Hungary had agreed with Shell on a long-term gas purchase scheme. Péter Szijjártó emphasized that it is of paramount importance for Hungary to be able to obtain natural gas from as many sources and as many routes as possible.
Péter Szijjártó also met with David Cornstein, who will end his work as ambassador to Budapest and return to the United States in November. In this connection, the Minister also said that according to his proposal, which was accepted by Viktor Orbán, Szabolcs Takács, the Ministerial Commissioner responsible for coordinating the management of Brexit's foreign policy and foreign economic effects on Hungary, could be Hungary's next Ambassador to Washington.