Prime Minister Viktor Orban held a meeting with former US President Donald Trump on Tuesday, Bertalan Havasi, Chief Press Officer of the Prime Minister, informed MTI.
The meeting took place at the former president’s home in Bedminster, New Jersey; Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Sigarto, Palaz Urban, Political Director to the Prime Minister, Zulte Nemeth, Chair of Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Susie Wells, Director of Save America, Counsellor Brian Jack and Taylor Bowdwich, Director of Communications from Save America, participated in the meeting.
Speaking to the media, Zoltan Kovacs previously said that on a scale of ten, the possibility of a meeting between Viktor Orbán and Donald Trump during the prime minister’s trip to the United States is “up to ten,” he wrote in euronews .
The Hungarian Prime Minister delivered one of the opening speeches
Prime Minister Viktor Orban traveled to the United States on Monday, where he will participate in the summer conference of the American Conservative Union, CPAC, and hold bilateral meetings.
Viktor Orbán was asked to deliver one of the opening speeches at the largest and most influential conservative event in the world, the American Conference on Conservative Political Action.
Founded in 1974, CPAC is a conservative political camp organized by the American Conservative Union (ACU); During its nearly half-century history, ACU has been the most popular and motivating of tens of thousands of conservatives Event grow.
(Cover Photo: Prime Minister Viktor Orban (J) and Donald Trump (B) meet at the home of the former US president in Bedminster, New Jersey, on August 2, 2022. picture: MTI/Prime Minister’s Press Office/Benko Vivien Scheer)