“Croatian and Hungarian Prime Ministers Andrej Penković and Viktor Orban said on Monday after their meeting in Zagreb that the only issue burdening relations between their two countries is the problem of managing the INA oil company.

One of INA’s co-owners is the Hungarian MOL oil company and the prime ministers added that in the event of a sale of MOL’s stake to Croatia it will be of key importance to come to an agreement on the price.

The two prime ministers met ahead of the beginning of the two day summit of the South-East European Initiative and during their meeting they discussed numerous issues and noted that Viktor Orban’s first visit to Zagreb in seven years is an opportunity to strengthen bilateral relations that have been burdened by disagreements regarding the management of Croatia’s oil company.” (Voice of Croatia)