"Is friendship with Hungary over?" - asks Michał Karnowski. "The attitude towards war really made us much different. But I think that over time all the other issues in which we showed solidarity, understanding and support will connect us again.
Poland estimates its World War Two losses caused by Germany at 6.2 trillion PLN ($1.32 trillion). Some 6 million Poles were killed during the war and Warsaw was razed to the ground following a 1944 uprising in which about 200,000 civilians died. Photo by PAP Archiwum
Hungary is a positive exception in European demographic trends, due to the predictable and complex family support policy - said Deputy State Secretary Zsófia Nagy-Vargha on Wednesday at the Polish-Hungarian summer university in Krasiczyn, Poland.
According to PiS faction leader Ryszard Terlecki, the two countries still understand each other. Photo by Darek Delmanowicz (JAP)
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will speak at the Conservative Politic Action Conference (CPAC) next month. Photo by AA/ABACA / PAP/Abaca. CPAC Hungary
- We have entered an age of danger, the pillars of civilization that were previously believed to be unshakable are cracking.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó traveled to Moscow on Thursday to discuss purchasing more Russian gas on behalf of his country. - Hungary would acquire an extra 700 million cubic metres of natural gas above the contracted volume - Szijjártó said in Moscow. Photo by RUSSIAN FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTRY HANDOUT / PAP / EPA
- Europe has entered an “age of wars,” both militarily and economically, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Kossuth Radio’s programme ‘Good morning, Hungary’ on Friday.
We will set up border ranger units tasked with safeguarding security in collaboration with the police - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Facebook on Friday. PAP/Zoltan Mathe (JAP)
- We say "yes" to Ukraine’s European Union membership, we say "yes" to peace, and we say "no" to further sanctions - the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said In a video posted on his Facebook account on Thursday. Photo by OLIVIER HOSLET / PAP / EPA (JAP)
"An unexpected praise: although Hungary did not join the European Public Prosecutor's Office (which was not even mandatory by the way), it responded to all its requests in a timely and accurate manner while it was also the first to sign a cooperation agreement" - Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga wrote on Monday in a Facebook post.