Hungarian Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office Gergely Gulyás recently paid a multiday visit to Israel to meet with ministers and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Besides the war in Ukraine and the Israeli judicial reform, the Hungarian minister also discussed the rumours that have been circulating in recent months that Hungary could become the first European country to move its embassy to Jerusalem – so reports the Hungarian Conservative.
On the first day of his visit, the Minister presented the Hungarian government’s domestic and foreign policy positions to Israeli journalists in Jerusalem, after meeting with the Israeli government’s Minister of Strategic Affairs Ron Dermer and Minister of Diaspora Affairs Amichai Chikli. The Hungarian minister held talks with former Justice Minister Daniel Friedmann and law professors. The Hungarian minister was also received by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, which is the first official meeting between the Israeli PM, who formed his government in December, and a senior Hungarian government official.
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