President Xi Jinping Meets President Tamás Sulyok of Hungary

On the morning of May 9 local time, President Xi Jinping met with President Tamás Sulyok of Hungary at the Sándor Palace in Budapest.

President Xi expressed his delight to visit the beautiful country of Hungary and to make acquaintance with President Sulyok. He thanked President Sulyok for his gracious invitation and thoughtful arrangements. Describing President Sulyok as an experienced statesman and a legal expert in Hungary, President Xi commended President Sulyok for his long-standing dedication to growing China-Hungary friendship and for his positive contribution to the development of the bilateral ties. President Xi expressed his readiness to foster a good working relationship and friendship with President Sulyok, increase exchanges and communication on matters of mutual interest, and jointly promote the high-level development of China-Hungary relations.

Hungary is one of the first countries to recognize New China. Since the establishment of their diplomatic ties, China and Hungary have always respected each other, treated each other as equals, and pursued mutual benefit. The bilateral relationship has stood the test of the changing international landscape and continued to grow in depth from a friendship across the continent, to a friendly and cooperative partnership and then to a comprehensive strategic partnership. The China-Hungary relationship is now at its best in history. The traditional friendship has taken deep roots in the hearts of the people, and cooperation in various fields has yielded fruitful outcomes. This year marks the 75th anniversary of China-Hungary diplomatic relations. President Xi expressed his readiness to work with President Sulyok to carry forward the traditional friendship, deepen political mutual trust, strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation, and steer the China-Hungary relationship to higher levels. 

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