Foreign affairs director of the Budapest-based think-tank, Nézőpont, Mihály Rosonczy-Kovács gave an interview to Piotr Włoczyk sovereignty.pl in which he discussed the chances of Central European future towards the federalistic trends in the EU. Exceprt.
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Moving away from the fundamental principle of unanimity, as advocated by the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and some Western politicians, would be particularly dangerous for the sovereignty of Central European countries – experts from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia agree during an international conference held at the headquarters of the Wacław Felczak Institute. In recent months, the President of the European Commission has…
With the motto 'Christ is our future,' Pope Francis returns to Hungary to bring his closeness to the faithful. - I’m going to Budapest, Hungary, next Friday.
Poland and Hungary have decided to ban imports of grain and other food from neighbouring Ukraine to protect the local agricultural sector, the governments in Warsaw and Budapest announced on Saturday. Ukrainian grain. Photo by Vladyslav Karpovych/PAP (JAP)
Zbigniew Rau. Photo by PAP/Leszek Szymański (JAP)
- Our relationship with Hungary changed a lot because of the position of Hungary toward Ukraine and Russia.... We had once very strong cooperation on the level of the Visegrad Group, now much much less so - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told today the Atlantic Council in Washington. Source: YouTube (JAP)
The gross domestic product (GDP) of the Czech Republic will fall by 0.5 percent this year. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) GDP is expected to increase by 0.3 percent in Poland, by 0.5 percent in Hungary and by 1.3 percent in Slovakia. Photo by SHAWN THEW/PAP/EPA (JAP)
– Polish POWs, with their hands tied, were shot in the back of the head and thrown into unmarked mass graves. One by one, twenty-two thousand times.