Hungarian Ambassador to Vietnam honored with the Order of Friendship | Policy

Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son (right) presents the Order of Friendship to Hungarian Ambassador Ory Csaba on July 27. (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Hanoi (VNA) – Authorized by President Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son on July 27 presented a Order of friendship at Hungarian Ambassador to Vietnam Ory Csaba in recognition of the diplomat’s dedication to relations between the two countries.

Son appreciated Csaba’s contributions over the past seven years to help develop the Vietnam-Hungary comprehensive partnership in an increasingly substantive and effective manner in all areas, from politics – diplomacy, economy – trade to development cooperation, culture, education and health care.

Highlighting important achievements in bilateral relations, he noted that the two countries have maintained frequent mutual visits and meetings at all levels.

The minister also hailed new advances in economic, trade and investment ties, calling on both sides to further leverage the benefits created by the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) to foster bilateral trade and economic recovery in each country.

The official took the opportunity to thank the Hungarian Ambassador and Embassy for encouraging the Hungarian government’s donation and transfer of nearly 700,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine for Vietnam in the fight against the pandemic.

Addressing the presentation ceremony in Hanoi, Csaba expressed his honor to receive the Order of Friendship.

He appreciated the support and cooperation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, other ministries, sectors and localities in Vietnam during his tenure.

The ambassador affirmed that he regards Vietnam as his second homeland and will continue to work to further contribute to the comprehensive partnership between the two nations./.


Laura T. Thrasher