Politics

Hungary and Poland to Re-establish Friendly Relationship

Ministers of the Hungarian and Polish governments held meetings to harmonise the relationship

July 06th, 2016
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June 28th, 2016- Delegates from the Polish and Hungarian governments held discussions to further re-enforce bilateral relationship between the two countries and to harmonize the Polish-Hungarian standpoints on the upcoming NATO Summit in Warsaw this summer.

During the one-day visit to Warsaw, Hungarian government officials held negotiations at the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs with Deputy State Secretary for Bilateral Relations Katerzyna Kacperczyk, Chairman of the Polish Senate Grzegorz Czelej, Chairman of the Polish Parliament’s European Affairs Committee Izabela Kloc, and the Polish Foreign Minister’s Chief Advisor on Security Policy Przemyslaw Zurawski vel Grajewski. In addition, the Hungarian delegation met with young researchers from the Polish Foreign Affairs Institute for a workshop discussion. The main topic of discussion at the meeting was the Brexit referendum.

Representatives of the two countries discussed the potential consequence of the referendum results, and the future of the European Union. The parties also discussed preparations and common standpoints for the upcoming NATO Summit held in Warsaw on July 8th, 2016.

As well, representatives discussed Polish-Hungarian political and economic relations and reviewed upcoming high-level events and the Polish program of the Hungarian Cultural Season of 2016.

References

Cultural Diplomacy News
Nora Kelemen, CD News