Hungarian delegation meets German business leaders

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Hungary’s National Economy Minister Mihály Varga yesterday attended a Hungarian-German business forum in Cologne as part of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s visit to Germany, according to reports.

Talks between Deutsche Telekom and the Hungarian delegation included National Economy Minister Mihály Varga and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. (Photo: MTI/Prime Minister’s Office/Balázs Szecsődy) 

During a meeting with local business leaders, the economy minister held a lecture on the state of the Hungarian economy. He was also present for the signing of a cooperation agreement between the North Rhine-Westphalia Electromobility Association, Aachen University, the Hungarian Electromobility Association, the University of Dunaújváros and Breuckmann GmbH, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Yesterday, Orbán met with Deutsche Telekom chairman-CEO Timotheus Hottges in Bonn and on Monday the prime minister met for talks with Dieter Zetsche, the chairman of German carmaker Daimler, in Stuttgart.

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