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Submitted by redakcja2 on Tue, 04/23/2024 - 21:58

Following Anna Mierzyńska’s article of April 6, 2024, we would like to inform you[1]that the Wacław Felczak Polish-Hungarian Cooperation Institute is no “official partner” of the Visegrád Post portal. The author’s numerous insinuations that this is the case make this assumed partnership no more credible or factually correct.

We would also like to take this opportunity to emphasize that our portal,, serves primarily as a hub for conveying real, verified, and reliable information, regardless of the current commercial media agenda. The Institute’s natural goal is to widely disseminate knowledge about Poland, Hungary, and Central Europe among Poles, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, and any other recipients in the limits set by copyright law. This also applies to the website. The fact that the Hungarian news portal has repeatedly discussed or virtually reprinted articles published on stems from no “official partnership.” The editorial staff must know about it, as they made no effort to obtain explanations from the Institute itself or confirm the information elsewhere.

In the context of extremely sensitive issues, such as the security of the Polish state and its citizens facing the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine, we deem actions as dire attempts at seeking publicity and increased readership, together with attempts at stigmatization, which can only be seen as a violation of elementary journalistic standards.


[1]Nowe polskie wątki w aferze Russiagate,”