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Hungary to hold joint cabinet meeting with Slovenia Jan 22

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Photo: Prime Minister’s Press Office/Gergely Botár

The governments of Slovenia and Hungary will hold a joint cabinet meeting on January 22 to discuss four impending agreements, according to the official government website kormany.hu. The meeting will be chaired by prime ministers Viktor Orbán and Miro Cerar.

Viktor Orbán and Miro Cerar meet in Brussel in December. (Photo: Prime Minister’s Press Office/Gergely Botár)

In addition to discussions about pending agreements between the two countries, the two leaders will also discuss the joint position of Hungary and Slovenia during the meeting, which will be be held at Brdo Castle, near Kranj next Friday.

Orbán and Cerar will also be giving speeches at the upcoming business forum organized by the Slovenian Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Slovenian entrepreneurship and foreign investment promotion agency.

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