Egyptian president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on
Thursday arrived in Hungary from Germany, the second stop of his current visit to Europe.
During his two day-visit to the Hungarian capital Budapest El-Sisi is scheduled to hold talks with senior government officials on mutual ties between both countries, the Egyptian envoy in Budapest has said.
El-Sisi on Thursday concluded his first official visit to the Germany where he met with Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Joachim Gauck, amid concerns in some quarters in Berlin over his country's human rights record.
He has also witnessed the signing of a major deal with German engineering titan Siemens, worth 8.0 billion euros ($9.0 billion).