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Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to have talks in Bucharest 

On Wednesday afternoon in Bucharest, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will have talks with President of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania Hunor Kelemen, later with the Romanian Prime Minister, and in the evening with prime ministers of Member States and the President of the European Council, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

The Prime Minister will have a working meeting with Prime Minister of Romania Marcel Ciolacu in the company of Romanian Transport Minister Sorin Grindeanu and Hungarian Minister for EU Affairs János Bóka. 

On Wednesday evening, Mr Orbán will join an EU Strategic Agenda 2024-2029 preparatory meeting to be attended by the prime ministers of Croatia, Belgium and Slovenia, the President of Romania and President of the European Council Charles Michel. 

The Strategic Agenda is a document to be adopted at the end of the term of the EU’s institutions, outlining the strategic challenges facing them during the next five-year period and providing guidance for them. The Agenda is adopted by the EU’s heads of state and government; prior to the adoption of their decision, they consult in smaller groups on multiple occasions in different European cities. 


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