The British Prime Minister once again referred to the historical relations, common interests and direct relations between the Hungarian and British peoples. He noted that the formation of the new Hungarian government takes place at a critical time for Euro-Atlantic security, when – due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine – Europe and NATO must show unity.
Boris Johnson stressed the importance of planned sanctions on Russian hydrocarbons, but acknowledged that Hungary faces unique challenges to the country’s energy security. To this end, he offered UK support.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mykotakis wrote to Victor Orban: The pandemic has taught us the importance of close international cooperation and solidarity. The Greek Prime Minister is confident that bilateral and European cooperation will contribute to this
To ensure our common security and prosperity
Bertalan Hvasi explained.
Cover Photo: In a photo released by the Prime Minister’s Office, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will receive Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who will attend the V4-UK Summit, in front of Lancaster House in London on March 8, 2022. Photo: Zoltán MTI/Fischer
“Social media evangelist. Baconaholic. Devoted reader. Twitter scholar. Avid coffee trailblazer.”