Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó will hold talks with Wang Yi, the director of the Central Foreign Affairs Commission of the Chinese Communist Party, in Budapest on Monday, a foreign ministry spokesman said.
Szijjártó and Wang will meet in private before holding talks at a plenary session and a working lunch, Máté Paczolay told MTI. The two officials are set to discuss cooperation between China and central European countries, as well as Hungary and China’s strategic partnership.
Hungarian politicians selling out prime farmland to China manufacturing. Maybe onions wouldn’t be that expensive if politicians invested as much in its own agriculture than in China’s deep pockets.