HM King boosts Bahrain-Hungary ties and cooperation
Agencies | Dubai
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
The Kingdom of Bahrain and Hungary affirmed the importance of developing cooperation frameworks and benefitting from the expertise and investment opportunities in both countries.
This came as His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa yesterday met with Katalin Novak, President of the Republic of Hungary, on the sidelines of the 28th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), hosted by the UAE.
HM the King reviewed the close bilateral ties with the Hungarian President and discussed cooperation in various vital sectors, especially in the economic, commercial, investment, educational, development, environmental and energy.
His Majesty commended the numerous successes and achievements of Hungary in all fields, especially in the field of sustainable development.
President Novak expressed her thanks and appreciation to HM the King for his keenness on strengthening bilateral relations with her country. She also commended His Majesty’s leading global humanitarian initiatives aimed at promoting human values of coexistence, tolerance, cooperation and dialogue between different cultures.
The Hungarian leader also expressed her interest in further developing relations between the two countries. During the meeting, they also exchanged views on regional and international developments and topics of common interest, in addition to reviewing the topics on the agenda of COP 28.
Thanks and appreciation
HM King Hamad and President Novak expressed their thanks and appreciation to the UAE for its efforts in hosting this important global conference and supporting its success.
They stressed the importance of strengthening international cooperation in order to find effective and sustainable solutions to common global challenges, particularly accelerating efforts for climate action, sustainable development and economic prosperity to build a better future for all humanity.