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Orban’s unexpected trip to Beijing and meeting with the Chinese president

Hungary's Prime Minister arrived in China on a surprise visit as part of his "peace mission" and met with President Xi Jinping.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s so-called “peace mission” tour also included meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev.
According to Rashatody news channel, the Prime Minister of Hungary took a photo with China’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hua Chunying upon his arrival in Beijing, and in a message today (Monday) on his X (Twitter) page, he wrote: “Peace Mission 3 0 Beijing.”

Chinese President Xi Jinping met and discussed with the Prime Minister of Hungary, who is currently in Beijing, but the details and topics of the meeting have not yet been announced.

The news of Orban’s possible trip to Beijing was first published by the Hungarian news portal 444, which wrote on Sunday that Orban is scheduled to enter this Asian country at dawn on Monday.

Recently, Orban traveled to Kiev, where he met with Zelensky to try to convince him to consider truce talks with Moscow. The Hungarian prime minister then embarked on a surprise trip to Moscow that, according to his office, It is considered part of Orban’s “peacekeeping” mission.

Orban and Putin talked for several hours with the aim of finding the “shortest way out” of the conflict in Ukraine. However, the Hungarian prime minister admitted that Moscow and Kiev were “very far apart” and noted that Zelensky “didn’t like his proposals very much.”

Orban’s surprise trip to Russia angered Kiev and other EU leaders, but the Hungarian prime minister said one of the most important steps to ending the conflict was to “make contact” and argued that he was at the behest of the EU to promote peace. Europe does not need.

Hungary, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the European Union, is one of the few EU members, along with its neighbor Slovakia, that maintains its neutrality and refuses to send weapons to Ukraine.

Orban’s trip to Beijing comes as Hungary canceled “at short notice” a meeting between Foreign Minister Peter Sziarto and his German counterpart, Analna Berbuk.


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Young Journalists Club
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