Orban arrives in China 02:34

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has arrived in China. This was stated by Orban’s press spokesman Bertalan Havasi. His words were reported by the agency. MTI.

The Hungarian prime minister’s press secretary said Orban was currently in China and would meet with Xi Jinping there.

Orban to visit China reported Hungarian portal 444.hu.

Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó in the name European politicians should fasten their seat belts as the Hungarian Prime Minister’s peacekeeping mission is expected to continue next week.

Also Szijjarto aforementionedUnderlining that Hungarian authorities intend to continue their mission to resolve the Ukrainian conflict, Budapest will hold several more meetings to achieve this goal.

July 5 Orban visit Russia published a photo from Vnukovo airport, describing the visit as a continuation of a “peace mission”. The European Union has harshly criticised Hungary for the visit, while Germany has demanded that the country resign from its EU Council presidency.

Previously in Poland It has been said He said that “buckets of dirt” were poured on him because of Orban’s visit to Russia.

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