Hungarian PM Viktor Orban will visit Serbia on Monday, September 5, and the two countries’ governments will hold a joint session by the end of the year, Ministers Peter Szijjarto and Jadranka Joksimović announced at a press conference in Budapest Wednesday.
A joint commission set up by China, Hungary and Serbia will also meet in Belgrade on Friday to discuss the construction of a rail line from Belgrade to Budapest, Hungarian FM Szijjarto said.
Joksimović, who is Serbia’s minister for European integration, said the two governments would meet by the end of the year – probably in October or November.
She thanked the Hungarian government for supporting Serbia.
Szijjarto announced that a new border crossing between Serbia and Hungary would be opened in 2017, with another to be established by 2020.