In an opinion piece penned last week for the Financial Times, self-described “global citizen” Parag Khanna claimed that the Visegrád countries – which he falsely characterized as fiscally strained – should prepare for “demographic replenishment” by Asians and Arabs to offset their aging populations. “Today’s fiscally strained and depopulating Visegrád countries could fuse into a larger federation […]
The Visegrád Four (Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland) are interested in each other’s success, stability and rise, said Zsolt Németh, head of the Hungarian Parliament’s foreign affairs committee
Inspired by the so-called Aachen Treaty, Czech President Milos Zeman expressed his wish to strengthen cooperation between the Visegrad Group countries. Austria could also be involved, said Zeman in an interview for TV Barrandov.
Liberal Democrats want to get us back into the times of so called people´s democracies that the Visegrad Four countries wanted to get rid of once and for all. This is what analyst Hana Lipovska thinks about a document called “Central Europe in the next Seven Years”, published in the journal Visegrad Insights.
The traditional affinity between the Austrians and the Germans is getting weaker. Our southern neighbors do not consider the Germans as an example to follow especially when it comes to issues of migration.
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