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Orban will visit Washington after China


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced his upcoming visit to Washington immediately after Beijing. "Next stop: Washington," the Prime Minister posted on Instagram (banned in Russia, owned by Meta Corporation, which is considered extremist in Russia) on July 9-11. The NATO summit will be held in Washington in honor of 1949. 75th anniversary of the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty. The issues of creating a new structure in Wiesbaden to help Kiev and to create a "bridge in NATO" for Ukraine will be discussed, which will allow it to become a member of the alliance when there is a political will for it. On July 5, Orban visited Moscow, where he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and discuss possible ways to start peace talks and settlement of the conflict in Ukraine. The Prime Minister flew to Beijing from Moscow to meet with President Xi Jinping. Before his visit to Russia, Orban discussed the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine with Vladimir Zelensky in Kyiv on July 2.