Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held talks with the leaders of French waste and water management company Veolia in his office in the Castle District, the PM’s press chief said on Tuesday.
At the meeting, Orbán and Veolia chairman-CEO Antoine Frerot discussed the company’s future plans for Hungary, its investments in Hungarian power plants, as well as French-Hungarian economic ties.
Veolia, a strategic partner of the government, supplies power to 85 government and public buildings, 63 health-care and social institutions and 57 industrial sites. It is present as a heating provider in 13 cities, and supplies water to 2.2 million Hungarians.
In the featured photo: chief executive officer of Veolia Antoine Frérot and PM Viktor Orbán. Photo by Zoltán Fischer/PM’s Office/MTI