Italian and Hungarian Prime Ministers spoke on the phone
22. 01. 2017.
Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni expressed his condolences on the phone to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and the whole of Hungary on account of the coach accident in Italy last night in which 16 people lost their lives, Havasi Bertalan, the head of the Press Office of the Prime Minister informed on Saturday.

Paolo Gentiloni informed his Hungarian counterpart of all the circumstances related to the accident, as well as of the fact that the Italian ambulance service and health care institutions are doing everything they can to provide the best possible care for the injured Hungarians, the press chief said.

Mr Orbán thanked the Italian Prime Minister for the information and the work of the Italian authorities. He asked his partner to ensure that the Italian and Hungarian state agencies form the closest possible cooperation in order to uncover the circumstances of the mass disaster and to transport the injured back to Hungary within the shortest possible time, the information released reads.