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Hungary and Serbia stay Beijing course

Viktor Orbán and Aleksandar Vučić at the opening of a section of the Budapest-Belgrade high-speed line in mid-March.

After weeks of tense communication between the EU and China, the latest news from Hungary may at least have led to a small sigh of relief in Beijing. Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party scored a major victory in Hungary’s parliamentary elections just over a week ago – and the People’s Republic thus retains its most avid supporter inside the European Union.

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