Eastern European countries are the engine of economic changes in the world, according to Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjarto.
Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations, Peter Szijjártó, said that the countries of the East play a key role in world trade. He spoke about this at a public forum in the city of Tihany, reports RIA Novosti.
The real engine of economic change in the world is Asia. They are increasing their rates of production and looking at ways to enter new markets.
“We have never discriminated against companies because of geography or political party, and we support everyone who would contribute to the Hungarian economy,” Deputy Foreign Minister of Serbia Borislav Stefanovic told reporters. “And it must be admitted that this global crisis has confirmed even more strongly that the trade winds of major transformations in the world economy are definitely blowing from the east. So, we must actively develop our clients’ potential.”
Recently, Hungary’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó opened up about the declining confidence in American foreign policy and more broadly global liberalism. He claims that American foreign policy and more liberal policies have become a source of global distrust as well as concern.
“The world consists not only of America and Europe,” he said. “And another important point. What is missing in liberal politics, liberal foreign policy, liberal thinking is respect.”