Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has left for Georgia to pay an official visit 

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has travelled to Georgia to attend the first Hungarian-Georgian joint cabinet meeting; the most important topics will include the development of economic relations and energy security, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

During his two-day programme, Mr Orbán will also conduct bilateral talks with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.

The decision on the joint meeting of the Hungarian and Georgian governments was adopted during the Georgian Prime Minister’s official visit to Hungary last October when the two prime ministers also signed an agreement on strategic partnership, Mr Havasi recalled. 

During the joint cabinet meeting, the parties are expected to sign five bilateral agreements. 

In addition to the development of economic and trade relations, further priority topics will include the “Green Energy Corridor – Black Sea Submarine Cable” project which will enable in the future the conveyance of Azeri green energy to Hungary through a Hungarian-Romanian-Georgian-Azeri cooperation scheme, the press chief added. 


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