Hungary good, sincere friend of Serbia


BUDAPEST – Hungary is one of the most sincere friends of Serbia and it strongly supports the country’s European path, Serbian Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimovic and Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said after a meeting in Budapest Wednesday.

Joksimovic pointed out that cooperation and good relations with neighbouring Hungary are important.

She said that Serbia will continue the policy of a humanitarian approach towards the migrant crisis, and agreed that a comprehensive EU policy is needed to ease the burden on the Balkan route.

Szijjarto said that Hungary supports the EU integration of Serbia and urged the EU institutions to complete the country’s accession negotiations by 2020, pointing out that intentions by any EU institution or member state to slow down the process are unacceptable.


  1. “Hungary is one of the most sincere friends of Serbia”? Really? Like in 1999 when, within scarcely a month after surrendering its sovereignty to NATO, Hungary joined in the attack, undoing all of Ronald Reagan’s good work in ending the Cold War? By sitting nearby in tacit agreement as the Serbs of Krajina were blown away in 4 days of terror from Krajina, organized by Military Professional Resources, Inc., the U. S. Air Force, and the Croatian Ustacha? Oh yes, there is the recent border fence. If good fences make good neighbors, perhaps they make sSincere friends” even better?
    Great pals, those Hungarians, like with Armenia in the Ramil Safarov affair