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Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, met members of President Trump’s White House staff in Washington, including: Jason Greenblatt, the United States special representative for International Negotiations as well as ethnic Hungarian advisor Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president for National Security Affairs
“What we are seeing is that the greatest global danger to the civilized world is not posed by a state, but by a terrorist organization, and primarily by the Islamic State terrorist organization," Hungary's foreign minister said
Although there are already plans in motion for the prime minister to visit Washington for an official visit, sources say the prime minister and the US president are set to step to the sidelines of the NATO summit to discuss Hungary-US relations
Sebastian Gorka has confirmed his position on President Trump's team. "I guess the radio silence is over... As of January 20 2017 I am working in the new Administration of President Donald J. Trump as a Deputy Assistant to the president," Gorka said