Prime Minister Viktor Orbán - Photo: PMO

Orbán leaves on official visit to Georgia

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has left for Georgia to attend the first joint government session between the two countries, with a focus on strengthening economic ties and energy security, the PM's press chief said on Tuesday.

During his two-day programme, Orbán will also have bilateral talks with Irakli Garibashvili, his Georgian counterpart.

The two countries decided on holding a joint government session and signed a strategic partnership agreement last year, Bertalan Havasi noted in a statement.

Participants in the meeting are scheduled to sign five bilateral agreements. Topics high on the agenda will include the Green Energy Corridor – Black Sea Submarine Cable project, to facilitate Azerbaijan’s green energy imports to Hungary, Havasi said.

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