It is unacceptable for other countries to interfere in the internal affairs of Macedonia - meeting with the Hungarian Prime Minister Orban
Monday, 20 March 2017 18:18   

OrbanThe President of the Republic of Macedonia, Dr. Gjorge Ivanov, within the working visit to Hungary, met with the Prime Minister of Hungary Mr. Viktor Orban.

At the meeting, President Ivanov expressed gratitude for the overall support that the Republic of Macedonia receives from Hungary regarding our constitutional name, the challenges of illegal migration, as well as for the Hungarian initiative to condemn the Tirana platform at the last meeting of the European Council.

Furthermore, the Macedonian President briefed his interlocutor on the current situation in the Republic of Macedonia and on the possible solutions to overcome the crisis and repeated the well-known positions – the obstacles for the mandate to be removed or new elections to be held.

For Hungary, it is unacceptable for other countries to interfere in the internal affairs of the Republic of Macedonia. New early elections are the only right solution to overcome the political crisis in the Republic of Macedonia, the Hungarian Prime Minister Orban said at the meeting with President Ivanov in Budapest.

Prime Minister Orban stressed that Hungary has a firm stance against the Tirana platform and added that the stability of the EU is impossible without the stability in the Republic of Macedonia.

- Macedonia has and will continue to have the support of Hungary, the Hungarian Prime Minister said, informing President Ivanov on his position at the European Council and the lack of consensus on the issue of the challenges facing our country.

Prime Minister Orban stressed that the EU had a wrong approach towards the Republic of Macedonia and added that our country was long to join the EU and NATO.

At the meeting, it was agreed the cooperation and communication at all levels and on all issues of mutual interest to continue. Talks also focused on migrant crisis and agreed that the excellent cooperation needs to continue in the future.

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