Dutch PM Congratulates Orbán On Election Win

  • 20 Apr 2018 8:08 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Dutch PM Congratulates Orbán On Election Win
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has congratulated his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán on his recent election win, the PM’s press office said.

In his letter, Rutte expressed his country’s readiness for further cooperation with Hungary both in terms of bilateral and international relations.

Referring to challenges for the European Union, the Dutch PM called for effective leadership and cooperation, and voiced hope that Hungary, “as an important member of the EU”, will work constructively together with the Netherlands and with other EU partners.

Concluding his letter, Rutte wished Orbán “wisdom and much success to cope with the important issues ahead”.

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