Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks in his office on Friday with head of the Hungarian Olympic Committee (MOB) Zsolt Gyulay, Orbán’s press chief said.
The MOB will hold its general assembly on Saturday, when decisions will be made on next year’s plans and several senior comittee positions, Bertalan Havasi said. Orbán and Gyulay reviewed the most important sporting events of 2023, the government’s New National Sports Development Programme, and plans to set up a national sports museum, he added.
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