Orban Visits China to Discuss Ukraine Peace Terms

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has traveled to China as part of his peacekeeping efforts in Ukraine. He announced his visit on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

“China is a key power in creating conditions for peace in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. That is why I came to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, just two months after his official visit to Budapest,” Orbán wrote.

Last Friday, Orbán and his delegation visited Moscow and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He described the Moscow visit as the next stage of his “peace mission,” which began with a trip to Kyiv on July 2. Orbán mentioned plans for more “unexpected” meetings soon. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó advised European politicians to “fasten their seat belts” for Orbán’s upcoming actions as part of the “peace mission.”


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