BAKU, March 5. /TASS/. Hungary and Azerbaijan "have all the opportunities to raise relations to the level of strategic partnership," Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban told his counterpart Artur Rasi-zade on Saturday.
Orban, who is on a two-day official visit to Azerbaijan’s capital of Baku, said that "there is a vast potential to deepen ties between the two countries."
Azerbaijan’s state news agency AZERTAC reported that the talks focused on bilateral cooperation in the economy, investments, transport, and energy and in the humanitarian contacts as well.
The prime ministers inked documents on collaboration in social protection, high technology and higher education after the talks.
Orban’s talks with President Ilkham Aliyev are scheduled for March 6.
Later on, he is expected to have a meeting with Hungarian business people working in the South Caucasian republic.