The Czech Republic will soon scrap the majority of its coronavirus measures, with only a minimum of restrictions remaining in place from March, the country’s prime minister, Petr Fiala, has announced. It is expected that the wearing of face masks indoors will remain mandatory dependent on the development of the pandemic, which is estimated to […]
More than a year into the pandemic, the Polish government has not drawn necessary conclusions from its dubious decisions to fight the virus, writes conservative television host and musician Jan Pospieszalski
Although the Hungarian economy suffered an over 5 percent setback in 2020 due to the cumulative effects of the coronavirus pandemic, it still fared better than most other EU member states, whose average GDP shortfall was 6.4 percent, financial journalist Csaba Szajlai writes in daily Magyar Nemzet.
The speech delivered by US President Joe Biden at the Munich Security Conference was not exactly what the left-liberal media expected it to be, Mariann Őry writes in a commentary in daily Magyar Hírlap
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