Orbán presses for increased farm exports to China
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks on expanding Hungaryʼs farm exports to China with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Suzhou, the PMʼs press office told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Suzhou.(Photo: MTI/Péter Trebitsch)
The Chinese side expressed openness to boosting farm imports from Hungary, the office said.
Orbán said it is in Hungaryʼs best interest for the renminbi to become a global currency and he expressed support for the closest possible cooperation between the European Union and China.
Orbán is participating at a summit of leaders from China and Central and Eastern Europe.
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