January 05, 2023 – 09:33
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his wife, Aniko Levay, had lunch at an elegant Romanian restaurant, La Bussola, in the Ostia region, after they received amnesty from the 16th. At the funeral of Pope Emeritus Benedict. As usual, Orbán dressed casually, and La Republica According to his article, he ate lobster, while Anikó Lévai ate a menu consisting of octopus salad, Moscardini artichokes (also a type of octopus) and a fish dish.
the eyelash He wrote that according to the news, the Hungarian embassy in Rome later handled the bill, but Bertalan Havásy, the prime minister’s press chief, denied this to Telex. he wrote:
“I suggest we don’t fall for the tabloid’s fake news. On his own shows, including meals of course, Viktor Orbán always settles all the bills himself.”
Primarily known for its seafood, Bussola is one of the most popular and delicious in the region handle Resturant. The owners of the restaurant greeted the Prime Minister’s wife with a bouquet of flowers. The paper is called cannaldiche Transfer According to Victor Urban, after the meal, he praised the chef’s recommendations, especially the appetizers of raw fish and shellfish, as well as the Catalan lobster.
Viktor Orban did not stay long in Rome, because on Wednesday he already had a program in Slovenia: in the afternoon he met with former Slovenian Prime Minister Janiz Jansa, head of the Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) in Ljubljana. Bertalan Havasi, the press chief of the Prime Minister, told MTI that current bilateral and international issues were touched upon during the negotiations.
Meanwhile, a National Guard plane also landed in Rome on Tuesday morning, and after that Wednesday afternoon to Ljubljana Flew, and in the evening Landed in Budapest. It is not known if Viktor Orbán was on board. At the time, we asked Bertalan Havasi if Orbán traveled to Rome on the National Guard plane on Tuesday, writing that “we cannot provide information about the prime minister’s special programs.” the for RTL Havasi added that the prime minister “of course always pays for the costs he incurs through his own programmes.”
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