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Orban, Erdogan Agree to Boost ‘Strategic’ Ties

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  • Hungary and Turkey agreed to form an “enhanced strategic partnership”, Bloomberg report, after Hungarian Prime Minister Orban hosted Turkish President Erdogan in Budapest.
  • The governments signed arms, rail and energy agreements in addition to culture, science and education.
  • The leaders did not mention Sweden’s NATO accession bid - which both Budapest and Ankara have been holding up.
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  • Hungary and Turkey agreed to form an “enhanced strategic partnership”, Bloomberg report, after Hungarian Prime Minister Orban hosted Turkish President Erdogan in Budapest.
  • The governments signed arms, rail and energy agreements in addition to culture, science and education.
  • The leaders did not mention Sweden’s NATO accession bid - which both Budapest and Ankara have been holding up.