Although Viktor Orban has allready visited Slovakia a few times before, this time it was his first official visit as a Hungarian Prime Minister.

A portrait of Viktor Orban from this assignment appeared in the online issue of German Die Zeit and in printed issue of Austrian Wirtschaftsblatt.

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (L) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) exchange glances during Slovak Honor Guard review at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28. January 2011. Orban is on his first, one day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/Peter Hudec

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (L) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) review the Honor Guard at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (L) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (R) review the Honor Guard at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (2ndL) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) review the Slovak Honor Guard at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28. January 2011. Orban is on his first, one day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/Peter Hudec

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (R) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) watch their footing on a raised platform during an honour guard review at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28. January 2011. Orban is on his first, one day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/Peter Hudec

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (R) welcomes Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (R) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) sign a bilateral agreement on an interconnecting north-south gas pipeline in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia.

Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (R) and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (L) exchange documents after signing a bilateral agreement on an interconnecting north-south gas pipeline in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks to journalists during a press conference after he held talks with his Slovak counterpart at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks to journalists during a press conference after he held talks with his Slovak counterpart at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks to journalists during a press conference after he held talks with his Slovak counterpart at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks to journalists during a press conference after he held talks with his Slovak counterpart at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban talks to journalists during a press conference after he held talks with his Slovak counterpart at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28 January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/PETER HUDEC

Slovak ambassador to Hungary Peter Weiss (T) listens to Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (B) as she is talking to journalists during a press conference after she held talks with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the Slovak Government Office in Bratislava, Slovakia on 28. January 2011. Orban is on a one-day official visit to Slovakia. EPA/Peter Hudec

Portrait of Viktor Orban on page 2 of Austrian Wirtschaftsblatt daily.