Viktor has travelled to Japan this evening. He’s going to hold a lecture at the (private) Josai University with the title “Hungary and Europe in a changing world”. It sounds like the lecture will have a geopolitical aspect, something like what Stratfor praised him for when he delivered this lecture in London recently.
Besides he’s going to open a Hungarian culture and tourism centre in Tokyo, he’ll deliver a speech at an event of the Hungarian-Japanese Business Forum, he’s going to meet Japanese businessmen and he’s going to have official talks with Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo.
What surprises me is that he is also going to meet Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko. I thought the Japanese Emperor usually meets only other heads of states…
- Hungary needs more births than deaths, says Orbán (politics.hu)
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- Japan’s Emperor, Empress choose to be cremated rather than buried (japandailypress.com)
- Japanese politician causes uproar by giving letter on Fukushima to emperor (theguardian.com)