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Viktor Orban headed from Beijing to Shenzhen, where he will also hold talks with the heads of giant Chinese companies

Viktor Orban headed from Beijing to Shenzhen, where he will also hold talks with the heads of giant Chinese companies

China Viktor Orbán Shenzhen Bertalan Havasi;

2023-10-19 06:41:00

The Prime Minister has already consulted with the Secretary of the Shenzhen City Party Committee and also visited an exhibition.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban traveled from Beijing to Shenzhen in southern China, where he held a meeting with Meng Fanli, secretary of the Shenzhen City Party Committee, and viewed the exhibition titled “40th Anniversary of Reform and Development in Guangdong Province” at the building. Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press director, told MTI on Thursday.

The city president introduced the history of Sencsen to the Hungarian delegation and provided information on opportunities for economic and trade cooperation.

Shenzhen is one of China’s special economic zones, with a population of 17 million people, making it one of the five most populous cities in China. A global center for technology, research, manufacturing, finance, tourism and shipping, its port is the fourth busiest container port in the world.

Bertalan Havasi said that during the day, Viktor Orban will hold further negotiations with leaders of giant Chinese companies in the region, and then he will visit the Nanshan Cultural Center, which was designed by the Hungarian architectural firm Zoboki Demeter.

On Tuesday morning, Viktor Orbán met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing as part of the third international forum of the One Belt, One Road initiative. At the summit, the Hungarian Prime Minister later spoke about the decline in competitiveness of Europe and the Western world, the importance of telecommunications and Hungary as a meeting point of Eastern and Western economies and technology, and discussed on Wednesday with the head of the largest Chinese bank.

On Tuesday, Viktor Orban held a bilateral meeting with Vladimir Putin in Beijing. As we mentioned, the Hungarian Prime Minister was the second EU leader to meet the Russian President after the invasion was ordered in February last year.

On September 19, Nepszava Online was the first to write in the Hungarian press that Orban and Putin might meet on the sidelines of the “One Region, One Road” forum in Beijing. In response to our question, Bertalan Havasi remained silent about the possibility of holding a bilateral meeting, and four days ago the Kremlin also denied any talk about it.

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