Orbán meets South Korean businesspeople
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán negotiated today with South Korean businesspeople about potential investment projects in Hungary. The meeting took place in Seoul, where the Prime Minister is spending the first day of his official visit to the Republic of South Korea.
Orbán, with a delegation of Hungarian government officials and businesspeople, engaged in consultations with senior managers of the car manufacturer Hyundai this morning.
He is scheduled to meet top executives of KDB Bank and the tire company Hankook later today, Bertalan Havasi, head of the Prime Minister's press office, informed Hungarian news agency MTI.
In line with the plans, Orbán will meet South Korean President Park Geun-hye tomorrow.
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