Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to pay official visit to Indonesia

30 January 2016

Viktor Orbán, the Prime Minister of Hungary is travelling to Indonesia for a three-day official visit on Saturday afternoon. From among members of the Government, the delegation travelling with the Prime Minister includes Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó, Minister of National Economy Mihály Varga, Minister for National Development Miklós Seszták and Minister of Agriculture Sándor Fazekas, Bertalan Havas, head of the Prime Minister’s Press Office informed

In outlining the main features of the programme of the visit, the press chief said: Mr Orbán will lay a wreath at the Kalibata Heroes Cemetery in Jakarta to pay tribute to Indonesia’s national heroes, and will later conduct talks with Joko Widodo, the President of Indonesia.
Following the meeting with the President, the representatives of the Hungarian and Indonesian Governments will sign cooperation agreements, inter alia, on a higher education exchange programme for the next few years and cooperation in the fields of fisheries and aquaculture.
Mr Orbán will also have talks with Le Luong Minh, Secretary General of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
The Prime Minister will attend a business forum in the company of Indonesian Vice-President Jusuf Kalla where conventions and agreements will be signed by the chambers of commerce and industry of the two countries as well as by Hungarian and Indonesian companies active in the field of public services. The Prime Minister’s delegation will also visit the city of Yogyakarta where the Prime Minister will meet with Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Governor of the Yogyakarta Special Region, Bertalan Havas informed

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  • Viktor Orbán, 52
  • Lawyer, graduated at Eötvös Loránd University and studied at Pembroke College, Oxford
  • Married to Anikó Lévai
  • They have five children: Ráhel, Gáspár, Sára, Róza, Flóra
  • Chairman of FIDESZ, vice-chairman of the European People's Party


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