In a rare trip to Europe, state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who was once a symbol of the fight for democracy in Myanmar, visited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at his home in Budapest where the two leaders managed to find that they were kindred spirits when it comes to policy.
The two leaders highlighted that one of the greatest challenges at present for both countries and their respective regions – south-east Asia and Europe – is migration.
They noted that...
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