Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrived in Cairo on Tuesday for a three-day visit to promote bilateral relations and economic ties with Egypt, state news agency MENA reported.
Orban, along with a delegation of top government officials and business executives, was received by Egyptian PM Sherif Ismail at Cairo International Airport late on Tuesday.
The visit is aimed at "promoting cooperation with Egypt in all fields," MENA said.
During the talks, a number of trade deals between the two countries are expected to be signed.
A Hungarian-Egyptian business summit meeting is also planned to look at a multitude of prospective projects.