Prime Minister Kosor meets Viktor Orbán
ZAGREB, Feb 24 (Hina) - During her official visit to Hungary on Wednesday, Croatia's Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor held talks with Viktor Orban, the president of the country's strongest opposition party, FIDESZ, the Croatian government's public relations office said in a statement.
Kosor said that Croatia highly appreciated Hungary's support to its accession negotiations with the European Union.
Orban said the backing from Hungary was a matter of general consensus of all political parties and that his country would continue actively supporting Croatia's EU membership bid during its presidency over the EU in the first half of 2011.
Kosor and Orban agreed that the two countries should enhance their excellent relations in the economic sector, particularly in energy and tourist trade.