The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade covered 7,187 kilometers in one day, Monday, at a speed of 326 kilometers per hour, which puts even sports cars to shame. Péter Szijjártó – with the Prime Minister – is already in Cairo, where he also started his day with a height of 60-70 meters, on a balcony.

Everyone is familiar with the driver who comes hurried into the interstate lane at 160-170 and flashes his headlights, who laps the camogo at 130. Well, that’s nothing compared to what Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto accomplished on Monday, his average speed being Yesterday more than 300 km / h.

This can be seen from the fact that the minister, who frequently documents his travels on Facebook, reported from Egypt on Monday at around 10:00 pm when he arrived at Cairo airport, writing that he had covered 7,187 kilometers a day. In other words, he drove at an average speed of 326 km/h in an average of 22 hours on Monday, while in Turkey, Ankara and Stockholm, Sweden.

With an average speed of 326 km / h, the minister will also let the Porsche 911 sports car sit still, although this car is not fun to drive, as evidenced by’s previous test:

Porsche 911 Test: Orgasm at full speed

We still have a kilometer to go, a thousand free meters to go up from 265 to 302, and then slow down to the exit so our livers don’t break off from the G load.

If the ride wasn’t enough, Péter Szijjártó had more action this morning in Cairo – literally. At the beginning of the morning’s live video, which was also posted on Facebook, he stated to the public media that the 10 km flight altitude does not bother him, but where he is standing, the hotel balcony is 60-70 meters which is a little uncomfortable for him. Those first few seconds of the beginning of the no longer live but uploaded video are lagging, but you can feel how high they go:

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