articleimg-1
Nov 24, 2017

PM Orbán attends EU’s 5th Eastern Partnership summit and will host Chinese Premier this weekend

During his visit to Brussels, the prime minister will hold further discussions on the Ukrainian Education Act, which grossly restricts minority rights. Following the arrival of the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the two will attend the 7th China-CEEC Summit (16+1 Summit), which will be held in Budapest on Monday

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has a busy schedule this weekend. The prime minister is currently in Brussels, where he is taking part in the EU’s 5th Eastern Partnership summit, he will then return to Hungary to host the Chinese premier on Sunday.

During his visit to Brussels, the prime minister will  hold further discussions on the Ukrainian Education Act, which grossly restricts minority rights.

The Eastern Partnership was launched in 2009 with the aim of facilitating political partnership and economic integration between the EU and six Eastern European partner countries: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia and Ukraine.

Following the arrival of Premier Li Keqiang, the two will attend the 7th China-CEEC Summit (16+1 Summit), which will be held in Budapest on Monday.

On Tuesday, PM Orbán and the Chinese premier will be holding official inter-governmental talks. PM Orbán will also be holding bilateral meetings with the heads of government of several of the region’s countries.