The content of the conversation hasn't been released but according to foreign ministry officials, the conversations was "polite but firm on both sides."
Hungarian foreign ministry officials said "the government continues to believe that it is important that the United States substantiate the accusations against the head of the National Taxation Bureau. This is the only way Chairwoman Ildikó Vida can clarify the issue and learn about the nature of the alleged evidence against her."
Szijjártó told the US assistant secretary that Hungary was governed by the rule of law; therefore, if US companies experience an infringement of the law, they can make a criminal complaint anytime.
(444.hu - hungarianambiance.com)