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MOSCOW, January 13. /ITAR-TASS/. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visits Moscow on January 14, invited for talks with Russian head of state Vladimir Putin, a presidential spokesman said on Monday.
“Putin and Orban will discuss the current state and prospects for development of bilateral relations alongside possible measures to expand mutually beneficial trade and economic co-operation between the two countries,” the official said.
Orban became Hungary’s prime minister in the spring of 2010. In November of that year, he met Russia’s president in Moscow and returned for a working visit in January 2013, telling the president his country hoped for Russian support to upgrade his nation's power supply system.