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On-line meeting of ministers of foreign affairs of the Visegrad Group and Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries took place in an on-line format on Thursday. Photo credit: Tymon Markowski / MSZ (JAP)
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The Warsaw-based Waclaw Felczak Institute came out with a book, titled Atlas Wyszehradzki, that not only deserves attention, but can serve as a wonderful initiative to understand the Visegrad Cooperation more.
The prime ministers of Poland, Slovakia and Hungary expressed solidarity with Czechia, their partner within the Visegrad Four (V4) group, over Russia's involvement in Czech explosions in 2014, and condemned Moscow's retaliation for the expulsion of Russian diplomats by Prague as overdone today. Photo credit: KPRM
The Polish Institute in Budapest kindly invites to a festive Mass celebrated on the occasion of the 230th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution on May 3rd.
The number of persons who have already been vaccinated in Hungary has reached 3.5 million. So from Saturday morning the terraces of restaurants and cafes will be allowed to reopen – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Kossuth Radio on Friday.
The parliamentary speakers of the Visegrad Group countries have come together for a video call to discuss the fight against the coronavirus pandemic as well as digital and information security on Wednesday. Elżbieta Witek. Photo credit: Andrzej Hrechorowicz / sejm.gov.pl (JAP)
The Hungarian Prime Minister welcomes the position of UEFA, the European football organization, which strongly opposes the efforts to create a European Super League and believes in the unity of the sport at European level and the principle of solidarity – Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister's press chief, said on Monday.
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President János Áder and his wife, Anita Herczegh, are setting up a foundation to help children orphaned by the coronavirus. Photo credit: Szilard Koszticsak / MTI / PAP/EPA (JAP)
Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem (PPKE) will set up a new campus in central Budapest. (LINK). Photo credit: printscreen/ppke.hu
– The economies in Central and Eastern Europe, in particular the Visegrád Group (V4) of Poland, Hungary, Czechia and Slovakia, have proven to be relatively resilient to restrictions aimed at curbing the coronavirus epidemic, confirming the expectation that these economies will start to grow strongly this year despite the current third wave of epidemics – according to a recent forecast published by Fitch Ratings in London.
Zoltan Kovacs, the state secretary for international communications and relations, has hit back at European People's Party leader Donald Tusk on Twitter on Thursday, saying his latest criticism of Hungary made him sound "like the leader of the Liberals". (JAP)