Slovakia and Hungary striving for pragmatic dialogue in 2010

Both Slovakia and Hungary are interested in a pragmatic development of neighbourly relations in 2010, a year that will be marked by parliamentary elections in both countries, said Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakia's Foreign Affairs Minister and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Hungarian parliamentary committee for foreign affairs and the committee for Hungarians living abroad at a meeting held on January 5. This information was provided to the TASR newswire that day by the Slovak Foreign Ministry press department head, Igor Skoček. He said the two politicians discussed current issues pertaining to bilateral relations and expressed interest in further developing political dialogue. He added that the two representatives noted that current bilateral issues were discussed at the meeting in an atmosphere behoving members of the European Union and NATO. TASR

Both Slovakia and Hungary are interested in a pragmatic development of neighbourly relations in 2010, a year that will be marked by parliamentary elections in both countries, said Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakia's Foreign Affairs Minister and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Hungarian parliamentary committee for foreign affairs and the committee for Hungarians living abroad at a meeting held on January 5.

This information was provided to the TASR newswire that day by the Slovak Foreign Ministry press department head, Igor Skoček. He said the two politicians discussed current issues pertaining to bilateral relations and expressed interest in further developing political dialogue. He added that the two representatives noted that current bilateral issues were discussed at the meeting in an atmosphere behoving members of the European Union and NATO. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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