Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Sunday morning left on an official visit to Qatar, Orbán’s press chief said. Orbán is visiting Qatar at the invitation of the country’s prime minister and will address the Qatar Economic Forum at the invitation of the emir, Bertalan Havasi told MTI. The prime minister’s delegation will include Finance Minister Mihály Varga and Economic Development Minister Márton Nagy. Orbán’s talks in Qatar are set to focus on boosting bilateral energy, economic and financial cooperation, exploring new investment opportunities as well as topical global political issues. Hungary’s delegation aims to strengthen the country’s energy security, Havasi said, adding that in respect of the war in Ukraine, it supports a peaceful diplomatic settlement instead of “harmful sanctions and forcing war politics”.