PM Li Keqiang sent a letter of greeting to PM Viktor Orbán at the 65th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The Prime Minister of China Li Keqiang sent a letter of greeting to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán marking the 65th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries said Bertalan Havasi the Prime Minister's Press Secretary.

In the letter, the Chinese prime minister emphasized that since the establishment of Hungarian-Chinese diplomatic relations 65 years ago, relations between the two countries steadily evolving, and fruitful results have been achieved in several areas.

The Chinese Prime Minister recalled PM Viktor Orbán's February visit to Beijing, during which the two sides agreed to expand cooperation between the two countries.

China appreciates that the Hungarian prime minister pays close attention to the development of relations between the two countries, as well as his commitment in deepening cooperation between China and Central and Eastern Europe.

The Chinese prime minister stressed that the Chinese government attaches great importance to Sino-Hungarian relations on the basis of common criteria and mutual benefits and is ready to further enhance partnership between China and the Central - Eastern European countries, including Hungary.

(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)

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