Viktor Orban arrives at the Tallinn Digital Summit, Sept. 28, 2017 (photo by Annika Haas/EU2017EE/CC BY 2.0) Europe, New in Lobbying Hungary lobbying dries up after Orban’s White House visit by Julian Pecquet on July 9, 2020 Julian Pecquet Author More in Europe: Ukraine gas industry’s $1.7 million rearguard fight against Russian pipeline led new lobbying in July August 11, 2021 Ukraine gas lobby hires PR help to press Biden on Russian pipeline to Europe July 14, 2021 Belarus-tied oligarchs hire lobbying help as US steps up sanctions June 21, 2021 Hungary's US lobbying has completely dried up after a flurry of activity around the time of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's visit to the White House last spring. Of the five firms that had beenForeign Lobby Report provides comprehensive coverage of the latest foreign lobbying news—who’s hired whom, and why—that you won’t get anywhere else. Purchase this article for $5.00 or subscribe for unlimited access. Already a subscriber? Sign in here.