MINSK, 13 February (BelTA) - Minsk and Budapest are building their foreign policy based, first of all, on national interests, taking into account the national traditions of their partners in cooperation, by the head of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sergei Aleinik told the media following a meeting with his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto in Minsk on 13 February, BelTA has learned.
"I would like to note the high degree of mutual understanding between us," Sergei Aleinik said. "Both Minsk and Budapest are building their foreign policy based primarily on national interests, taking into account the national traditions of their partners."
"We pragmatically look at many things, strive to understand and respect the values of the partner state, find common ground and build relations on the basis of mutual trust and mutual benefit. We also strive to unconditionally fulfill all agreements and all obligations,” the Belarusian minister noted.
"This is how trust is built, maintained and multiplied," he said.