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Presidents of Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Bosnia and Herzegovina to Visit Budapest on National Holiday


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Budapest to Host Presidents and Former Prime Ministers from Various Countries

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Economic Relations of Hungary, Peter Szijjarto, announced that the presidents of Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, along with former prime ministers of the Czech Republic, Austria, and Slovenia, will be visiting Budapest this weekend.

Celebrations and Sporting Event in Hungary

August 20 marks the national holiday in Hungary, known as St. Stephen’s Day, which celebrates the founding of the state. Additionally, the World Championships in Athletics will commence in Budapest on August 19. However, Russian and Belarusian athletes will not be participating as they have been suspended by world athletics.

Bilateral Meetings and Business Engagements

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has confirmed that he will hold more than 10 bilateral meetings during the weekend, including discussions with the Emir of Qatar, the presidents of Serbia and Turkey, and various businessmen.

Important Visitors to Budapest

Peter Szijjarto revealed during a press conference that the presidents of Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan will be present in Budapest. Additionally, Milorad Dodik, the President of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and representatives from the Presidium of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as former heads of government from Austria, Slovenia, and the Czech Republic, will also visit the city.

Key Discussion Topics

The main subjects of these meetings will revolve around energy security, the conflict in Ukraine, and the joint efforts to combat illegal immigration.

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