Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made a surprise visit to China on Monday, after similar trips to Russia and Ukraine, to discuss prospects for a peaceful settlement in Ukraine.

‘Peace mission 3.0’ is how Orbán captioned a picture posted early on Monday on X depicting him after having stepped off his plane in Beijing. He was being greeted by Chinese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Hua Chunying and other officials.

Orbán later met with Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to state broadcaster CCTV.

Besides Russia and Ukraine, the end of the war “depends on the decision of three world powers, the United States, the European Union and China,” Orbán wrote in a Facebook post showing him shaking hands with Xi.