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Viktor Orbán meets Polish Prime Minister

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met with Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo for talks in Budapest today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Budapest today. (Photo: MTI/ Szilárd Kosztocsák)

We have reached an agreement to build a dual-lane highway between the eastern industrial regions of Hungary and Poland and to strengthen existing railway connections, Orbán said at an afternoon press conference, adding that the specific details of the agreement still have to be worked out.

The two parties are also committed to launching direct flights between Hungary and Poland, to depart from either Warsaw or Katowice, Orbán said.

Beata Szydlo said she expects economic and political ties to grow stronger as they plan to complete important infrastructural investment projects and enhance energy cooperation.

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