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Zelensky invitation to Orban to visit Ukraine

 Volodymyr Zelensky and Viktor Orban had a telephone conversation. Ukraine's EU membership, energy and refugees are at the center of the conversation.

The invitation to the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, to visit Ukraine was addressed by Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday (06/21), at the end of a telephone conversation.

"We had a fruitful conversation with the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban," the Ukrainian president wrote on Twitter, adding, "Thank you for your support of Ukrainian sovereignty and for sheltering Ukrainians during the war."

He went on to say that the two countries agreed to develop co-operation in the energy sector, while thanking Orban for his support of Ukraine's bid to join the EU, and inviting the Hungarian Prime Minister to visit Ukraine.

According to a statement issued by Viktor Orban's press secretary to the Hungarian MTI, the two leaders focused on Ukraine's bid to join the European Union, the reception of war refugees from Hungary and other areas of Hungarian-Ukrainian cooperation.

During the meeting, the Hungarian Prime Minister underlined Hungary's support for Ukraine's EU bid and the removal of bureaucratic obstacles to Ukraine's accession to the EU. At the same time, Orban pledged to communicate Hungary's position at the EU summit this week in Brussels.

According to the same information, the Hungarian Prime Minister noted that the country has now received almost 800,000 Ukrainian refugees and is ready to cooperate in further energy projects as well as in the rail transport of Ukrainian grain. Hungary will also host an even larger number of Ukrainian students, he told his counterpart.

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