Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has a good understanding and understanding of the issues in the Egyptian region and knows how to deal with them, the Egyptian head of state Abdel-Fattáh es-Sissi said in Budapest on Wednesday after talks with the Hungarian prime minister.
Abdel-Fattah es-Sisi, who was the leader of the army leading the military coup against President Muhammad Morsi in 2013, paid tribute to Egypt’s “continued support”. He thanked for the trust and said it would help Egypt overcome its difficulties in 2011-2013.
The Egyptian head of state called the bilateral talks positive. As he said, they agreed to give a boost to agricultural cooperation as well as to increase cooperation in different areas of tourism and industry. They would utilize the technological expertise of the Hungarians, they need cooperation – he said, adding that they always agree to move forward together.
They also talked about illegal immigration, Egypt’s efforts to prevent ships carrying illegal immigrants from running out to sea. In order to prevent illegal immigration into Europe, it is essential to restore the stability of the countries that emit immigrants, he said. He thinks it also has a moral dimension, he doesn’t want people to drown in the sea.
Former coup man Abdel-Fattá es-Sisi called Viktor Orbán a “great leader” who he invited to Egypt to be a guest “at the inauguration of the new capital”.