The Turkey-Hungary High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council meeting, led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Viktor Orban, concluded with the signing of a 17-article cooperation agreement between the two countries.
During the treaty signing ceremony, President Erdogan expressed that he and Orban discussed current issues, including Turkey-EU relations, developments in Ukraine, and Gaza. President Erdogan highlighted that the trade volume between Turkey and Hungary approached nearly $4 billion in the first 11 months of this year, surpassing last year’s figures.
He stated, “We are determined to reach our common goal of $6 billion.’ Erdogan also mentioned, ‘With the joint political declaration signed with Orban, we have elevated our strategic partnership to an enhanced level of strategic partnership.”
Viktor Orban, Recep Tayyip Erdogan için “He has put forward a very ambitious project for the next century. We believed in this; we made agreements,” emphasizing Erdogan’s vision for the upcoming century.
Orban held a joint press conference with President Erdogan following the Sixth Meeting of the Turkey-Hungary High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council at the Carmelite Monastery.
Highlighting the significance of bilateral relations between his country and Turkey, the Hungarian Prime Minister remarked, “Today, we have elevated our relations to comprehensive strategic cooperation. I don’t know if there is anything beyond this, anything higher. In diplomatic terms, I believe this is the strongest in terms of friendship and brotherhood.”