Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is paying an official visit to Switzerland, and his agenda includes talks with the country’s leaders in Bern on Tuesday and a keynote political speech in Zurich on Wednesday. PM Orbán met Swiss Federal President Alain Berset and Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis, and his delegation includes János Bóka, minister for European Union affairs, Márton Nagy, minister of economic development, and Balázs Orbán, the prime minister’s political director. In Zurich, Orbán will address the 90th-anniversary celebration of Swiss conservative weekly Weltwoche, and a panel discussion afterwards will include contributions by Swiss People’s Party MEP Roger Koppel.
PM Orbán pays official visit to Switzerland
The prime minister met Swiss Federal President Alain Berset and Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis.