Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will have a busy international schedule in the coming weeks: on Friday, he will hold talks with the Prime Minister of Bulgaria in Sofia, and in the first few days of February, he will travel to Jakarta to discuss economic, educational and cultural relations with President of Indonesia Joko Widodo.
On 15 February, Mr. Orbán will attend the extraordinary summit of the prime ministers of the Visegrád countries announced by the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
According to current plans, on 17 February, the Prime Minister will visit Moscow, where he will hold talks with President of Russia Vladimir Putin, and on 18-19 February, he will attend the summit of the European Council in Brussels to discuss Britain’s EU membership and the issue of migration. As the programmes are still under preparation, there may be changes the Prime Minister's agenda.
(Prime Minister's Office)