President Volodymyr Zelensky has invited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to visit Ukraine in 2022. The Ukrainian president is confident that this visit will become a new impetus in relations between the two countries. He wrote about this on his Twitter page.
According to Zelensky, the 30th anniversary of Hungary's recognition of Ukraine's independence and the establishment of diplomatic relations between the countries was a good opportunity to talk with Orban.
"For now, by phone, but I am sure that our meeting will become a new impetus in relations between Ukraine and Hungary. I invited the Prime Minister to visit Ukraine in 2022," Zelensky added.
The President's Office said that the President noted Ukraine's disposition to develop good-neighborly relations with Hungary on the basis of mutual respect and constructive dialogue.
"We are ready to work together with you to realize the potential of our relations for the benefit of the peoples of Ukraine and Hungary," Zelensky said.
The interlocutors also discussed further steps to develop bilateral cooperation and agreed to intensify efforts to achieve progress on all issues that are now on the agenda.