PM, central bank governor, ministers start meeting

Interview

Prime Minister Viktor Orban started a meeting on Friday morning with central bank governor Andras Simor, national economy minister Gyorgy Matolcsy, minister without portfolio leading Hungary’s delegation at the IMF talks Tamas Fellegi, and state secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office Mihaly Varga at the prime minister’s office in Parliament.

No further details have been published, but a press conference will be held after the meeting.

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