BRATISLAVA — The four Visegrad countries have of late been seen as an exception to the disunity across the European Union, and plan to use Friday’s EU leaders summit in the Slovak capital to push for a rethink of the way the EU functions after Brexit.
Not so fast. Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia — so often lumped together in a Euroskeptic club hostile to closer EU integration, wary of domination by big Western European countries like Germany, and wary of accepting migrants, especially Muslims — are themselves riven by tensions. Their own disunity makes it harder for the …read more
Source: European Voice