Polish Hungarian friendship
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Central European countries, in the current geopolitical circumstances, need tried and tested friends, and Hungary provides such friendship, Polish President Andrzej Duda wrote in a letter to participants of this year’s Polish-Hungarian Summer University.

In the letter read out at a gala evening in Krasiczyn, in southern Poland, Duda said Poland and Hungary needed to build strong and effective states amid transformational events taking place around the globe.

“For quite some time, both of our countries have been pursuing policies aimed at strengthening sovereignty … in the national interest,” he said.

Duda said the Felczak Institute in Poland, which organises the Summer University in Krasiczyn, and the Felczak Foundation in Hungary were instrumental in promoting friendship between the two countries.

Zsófia Rácz, deputy state secretary of the Ministry of Human Resources (EMMI), referred to youth and cultural programmes for opening up the workings of the two countries’ parliaments to students.

Marek Kuchcinski, chairman of the Polish-Hungarian parliamentary union, referring to the centuries-old tradition of Polish and Hungarian parliamentarism, emphasised the importance of parliamentary transparency.

Kuchcinski, who had a prime role in establishing the Krasiczyn Summer University and the Carpathian Europe Project, was awarded the title of Honorary Ambassador of the Felczak Institute on Wednesday.

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Source: MTI

2 comments
  1. You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours… they confuse countries with governments. The Hungarian govt. wants what’s good for the Hungarian govt (not necessarily the country). Supporting a like minded corrupt regime is ultimately damaging for the people and prosperity of both nations… they know it and they don’t care. That’s not friendship…

  2. “For quite some time, both of our countries have been pursuing policies aimed at strengthening sovereignty … in the national interest,” he said.
    That is a bit rich coming from the country that is the biggest parasite on the EU. He is quick to criticise the western EU member states countries while not just holding out a begging bowl for, but also demanding money from the EU and therefore EU taxpayers. In essence, he is a loud mouthed ponce, poncing off of other member states.

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