Energy ministers of the Visegrad Group – Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia – and officials in charge of energy from Germany and Austria discussed the planning and establishment of a European hydrogen ecosystem at a meeting in Budapest on Tuesday. Photo by PAP/Łukasz Gągulski
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Czech Prime Minister, Petr Fiala, announced that the two countries had signed an agreement on the disputed Turow lignite mine in Prague on Thursday. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Czech Prime Minister, Petr Fiala, announced that the two countries had signed an agreement on the disputed Turow lignite mine in Prague on Thursday.
– My visit today is also a kind of peace mission. I would like to reassure you that none of the leaders of the European Union and its member nations want a war or conflicts – the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said after meeting President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Tuesday.
– We have shown that there is a different future for Europe, which is based on sovereign countries, not on any centralised structure that takes away powers from states – Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday in the Spanish capital, during the international summit of European conservative and right-wing parties.
„Member States must not accept that the European Court of Justice should take political decisions on behalf of the peoples and governments of the Member States. This is not just a matter for Poland and Hungary, it is a matter for all European citizens and Member States.
– We don’t want to fall prey to any East-West conflict – said Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó in Brussels on Monday. Photo by MAXAR TECHNOLOGIES / PAP/EPA (JAP)
The government has decided on a ceiling on food prices. From February 1, the prices of six products will be fixed at last year’s 15 October level – the Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on his social media account.
The Hungarian Constitutional Court has approved the questions of the child protection referendum and overruled the objections filed against it. Photo by ponce_photography / Pixabay (JAP)
Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump released a statement on his website endorsing incumbent Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Photo by Douliery Olivier/ABACA / PAP/Abaca