Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to hold talks with Secretary-General of the OECD Angel Gurría in Paris, and to travel to Germany on 18 April
The Prime Minister’s Press Chief Bertalan Havasi has informed kormany.hu that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has travelled to Paris, where on Thursday he will hold talks with Secretary-General of the OECD Angel Gurría. During his visit the Prime Minister will also hold informal meetings with a number of important figures in French politics.
Concerning German media reports on the Prime Minister’s trip to Germany, Mr. Havasi said that Mr. Orbán will be in Germany from 18 to 20 April. He will hold talks with heads of companies and political figures in Stuttgart and Bonn, and he will also give presentations at various forums. On 19 April he will also meet former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Mr. Havasi added.
As part of the Prime Minister’s programme abroad is not open to the press, and as his schedule is still being organised, further details will be announced later on, the Press Chief said.