FM Szijjártó Apologizes to Cambodian Counterpart After Covid Scare

Péter Szijjártó expressed “deep” regret and sent an apology to his Cambodian counterpart Prak Sokhonn, for the hardships caused by him for being tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after his visit, news site Telex writes.

The Hungarian Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister had a telephone conversation with Sokhonn on November 12th, and both politicians shared it in social media posts.

During his visit to Cambodia on November 3rd, Péter Szijjártó had meetings with several senior government officials who were quarantined as a precaution after the Hungarian minister tested positive for Covid-19 upon his arrival to Thailand the very next day.

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