Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had talks with Veolia executives about projects in Hungary
23. 03. 2021.
On Tuesday afternoon, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received a delegation of the French company Veolia led by Chair-Chief Executive Antoine Frérot in the Carmelite Monastery, Bertalan Havasi, the Deputy State Secretary heading the Press Office of the Prime Minister informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

Veolia, operating as a strategic partner of the government in Hungary, is a key player in the fields of water management, waste management and energy services both in Europe and worldwide.

Photo: Zoltán Fischer

Veolia Hungary supplies the facilities of 50 settlements, 85 state and communal buildings, 63 health care and social institutions and 57 industrial facilities with energy in Hungary, is present as a district heating service provider in 13 cities, while its water division serves 2.2 million Hungarians. At their Tuesday meeting, Mr Frérot and Mr Orbán discussed the company’s plans in Hungary and further power station projects, while they also spoke about French-Hungarian economic relations.