Xi Jinping to Pay Official Visit to Hungary as Part of European Tour

Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to embark on a state visit to France, Serbia, and Hungary from May 5 to 10, according to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying.

The visit comes at the invitation of the respective leaders of France, Serbia, and Hungary, including President Emmanuel Macron, President Aleksandar Vucic, and Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

During his visit to France, President Xi Jinping is scheduled to engage in talks and substantive discussions with President Macron on various fronts, including China-France relations, China-Europe relations, and pertinent global and regional issues of mutual concern.

In Serbia, negotiations with President Vucic will focus on enhancing the bilateral ties between China and Serbia and setting the course for future interstate relations.

Hungary, being a key player in Central and Eastern Europe, holds significance as a cooperation partner for China in advancing the joint construction of the Belt and Road Initiative and fostering collaboration between China and Central and Eastern European countries.

During his visit to Hungary, President Xi Jinping will meet with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to delve into matters concerning Chinese-Hungarian relations and explore areas of mutual interest.




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