Orbán to lead “largest-ever” delegation to Beijing


Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will pay a visit to Beijing on February 11-13, the head of the Prime Minister’s Media Office Bertalan Havasi said on Friday. Havasi said Orbán will hold talks with Premier Li Keqiang and agreements will be signed during the visit.

Orbán will also meet People’s Republic of China President Xi Jinping and Zhang Dejiang, Chairman of the standing committee of the national people’s congress, Havasi said. In addition, the PM is scheduled to deliver a lecture at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and meet students at the Hungarian cultural institute.

According to Chinese sources, Orbán will be heading what will be the largest-ever Hungarian delegation of company leaders and businessmen to the Chinese capital.


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