Orbán travels to Slovenia

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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is traveling to Celje, in Slovenia, where he will attend the opening of the 53rd Celje International Trade Fair and a meeting of Slovenian and Hungarian government delegations, the prime minister's press chief said on Wednesday.

Deputy PMs Sándor Pintér and Zsolt Semjén, as well as foreign minister Péter Szijjártó, defense minister Tibor Benkő, innovation and technology minister László Palkovics, and human resources minister Miklós Kásler will also participate in the government summit, Bertalan Havasi said.

Orbán and Slovenian counterpart Janez Jansa will hold separate talks and both will address the opening of the Celje trade fair.

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