Israel: Hungarian and Israeli PM hail 'excellent ties' in Jerusalem

Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban met his Israeli counterpart in Jerusalem on Thursday, to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries on the sidelines of a two-day official visit to Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu said that «radical Islam» is the biggest threat that the world faces and that «of all the sources of militant Islam, Iran is the greatest threat to our common civilization... Еще.» He went on to thank his Hungarian counterpart for «defending Israel» adding «you have stood up for Israel time and time again in international forums, it is deeply appreciated.» On his part Prime Minister Orban said that Israel's and Hungary's «excellent ties» are the result of «the two countries have patriots as leaders,» and added that «a Hungarian patriot and a Jewish-Israeli patriot will always find common ground.» He concluded by saying that Europe is facing a «crisis of migration and terrorism» and added that «terrorists exploit the routes of the migrants in order to come to Europe.» Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban and Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto arrived to Israel on Wednesday for a two-day official visit.

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