Prime Minister Viktor Orbán visited Indonesia on 22-23 January 2020. The Prime Minister was accompanied by Péter Szijjártó Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Prime Minister met with Sultan X. Hamengkubuwono, Governor of Yogyakarta Special Area in Yogyakarta, and attended a CDI leadership meeting as a Vice-President of the Christian Democratic International in Yogyakarta. On 23 January, the Indonesian President Joko Widodo welcomed the Hungarian Prime Minister at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta and had a one-on-one meeting and a plenary session in the presence of Péter Szijjártó, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade. During the meeting, the parties discussed investment and trade cooperation, water management projects, the development of electronic tolling infrastructure, cooperation in hospital renovation and health care as well as in information technology. They discussed the plan to create an Indonesia-Hungary investment Fund to support the development of Indonesian infrastructure with the value of $ 1.5 billion.
Péter Szijjártó, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, met with his Indonesian counterpart, H.E. Retno Marsudi on the sidelines of the visit. During the meeting, the two ministers discussed the visit of the Hungarian President scheduled for the end of March, which will be the most important event of the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Indonesia and Hungary in 2020.
It was also mentioned that starting from 2020 Hungary will increase the number of scholarships for Indonesian students from 50 to 100 annually.