BUDAPEST — Poland and Hungary are teaming up in their fight against Brussels, even though they are divided on how precisely to approach dealings with the EU and on other major foreign policy matters.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met Poland’s Beata Szydło in Warsaw on Friday, just ahead of a meeting of European affairs ministers on September 25, where Poland’s rule-of-law row with Brussels is on the agenda. EU leaders are also expected to discuss Hungary and Poland at their summit next month.
“What’s happening to Poland now in the EU is a lack of respect,” Orbán said in a joint …read more
Source: European Voice