PM Orbán travels to Brussels for EU talks
Prime Minister Orban is expected to raise the issue of Hungary's imposing referendum to determine the outcome of the EU's forced migration quotas
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán travelled to Brussels this morning to attend the meeting of EU heads of state and government.
The two-day session will be "the first since the British referendum on exiting the European Union," said Bertalan Havasi, the prime minister’s press chief.
The prime minister’s program will begin with a meeting of the European People’s Party, of which Fidesz is also a member, at the Royal Academy in Brussels, followed by a short meeting of the Visegrád Group (V4) heads of government.
The working session of the European Council of heads of state and government will also take place and will be attended by the British Prime Minister.
It has been revealed that the Brits will not be participating at Wednesday morning’s working breakfast, Havasi added.
Prime Minister Orbán is expected to raise the issue of Hungary's imposing referendum to determine the outcome of the EU's forced migration quotas.