From November 2 to 3, David Pressman, US Ambassador to Hungary, traveled to Washington to consult with high-level US government officials about US-Hungarian bilateral relations.
During his discussions, the Ambassador also met with senior representatives of the executive branch, including senior officials from Congress, the White House, and the State Department.
During my visit to Washington, I had productive discussions with the Chairman of the European Subcommittee, Kean, and the Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Keating.
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As we wrote at the end of October, after the meeting between Viktor Orban and Vladimir Putin in Beijing, Pressman said:
The United States is concerned about the relationship between Hungary and Russia.
After the Orban-Putin meeting, the ambassadors of NATO member states and the Swedish ambassador in Budapest held a joint meeting.
Pressman stressed that in addition to the Hungarian Prime Minister’s visit to China, Foreign and Trade Minister Peter Szijjarto’s trip to Moscow is also a cause for concern within NATO.
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