After less than two months in office, Austrian Chancellor Alexander Shallenberg resigned in the wake of the previous chancellor, Sebastian Kurz,’ announcing that he will no longer head the governing Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP) and retire from politics altogether. “I am certain that the two offices — the head of government and the presidency of […]
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced that his country will not sign the UN migration pact and the Czechs may well make a similar announcement this week – the pact looks more and more shaky, Magyar Hírlap columnist Ottó Nagy writes.
Meet Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz – a 32-year-old politician who is one of the most influential politicians in Europe. His view of migration is close to that of the Visegrad Group and not only because of the rejection of migrant quotas.
The solution to the migration problem begins with guarding the borders. This is clear for a majority of the European population, however the Berlin-Brussels axis is unable to see it for what it is, claims Jan Koukal, former Czech ambassador to Austria
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