|Member of the National Assembly|
15 May 2002
30 October 1978 |
Péter Szijjártó (born on 30 October 1978 in Komárom) is a Hungarian politician, member of the National Assembly of Hungary since 2002. He served as spokesman of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Before Fidesz came to power in May 2010, Szijjártó was the spokesman of Orbán's Fidesz - Hungarian Civic Union.
On 4 July 2012 Orbán nominated named Péter Szijjártó as the chairman of eight economic committees to boost the Hungarian government's policy of opening up trade with countries to the east as well as consolidating Hungary’s role in supporting the Western Balkan nations' EU integration, the Central European Visegrád Group of heads of government announced the same day. Szijjártó, who had taken up post on 2 July, would also work to strengthen co-operation with neighboring countries.
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