At Thursday's briefing in Moscow foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukasevich announced that the two foreign ministers review the current state of bilateral relations between the two countries and their future prospects.
Lukasevich pointed out that Sergei Lavrov and Peter Szijjártó will mostly focus on ongoing economic projects but they also review regional and European issues.
The spokesman stated that Russian-Hungarian relations are based on common interests and healthy pragmatism, they are developing dynamically and have significant growth potential.
The spokesman added that the key directions of bilateral relations between the two countries are based on an agreement set by Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at their Moscow meeting on January 14 this year.
At the Hungarian prime minister's visit to Moscow among other things an agreement was reached on the peaceful uses of nuclear energy said the spokesman.
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)