As the Visegrád Group celebrates the anniversary of its establishment in 1991, a pro-government commentator contends that the importance of the V4 alliance has been boosted by the EU’s failures to resolve emergencies. Meanwhile, a left-wing commentator thinks that the V4 has abandoned its original aims and lacks internal cohesion, and therefore has no future.
Hungarian press roundup by budapost.eu
In Magyar Nemzet, László Szőcs thinks that since its establishment 30 years ago, the Visegrád Group has become an …
Ugras az eredeti oldalra
Hungarian Press Roundup: V4 at 30
Powered by WPeMatico