Press chief: Consultations on Putin's visit under way

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Consultations on the timing of the planned visit by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin to Hungary are currently under way, cabinet press chief Bertalan Havasi announced, adding that Putin’s “working visit” in March will be the continuation of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s “working visit” to Moscow last year.

During the prime minister’s visit to Moscow last January, the two parties bilaterally agreed on the construction of the two new blocks at the Paks nuclear power plant – Hungary's only nuclear power station – by state-owned Rosatom, to be 80% financed by Russian credit to the tune of €10 bln.

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