Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki and his Hungarian counterpart

New Polish PM visits Budapest

January 3, 2018

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who took office on December 11, 2017, paid his first official visit abroad to Hungary where he held talks with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and was also received by President János Áder.

At a press conference held jointly by the two prime ministersViktor Orbán was of the view that the Central European economic models work and the countries of the region are playing a stabilising role in the European Union; therefore they want that role to be reflected in their impact on EU affairs.

According to the Hungarian government's website, Mr. Orbán highlighted that cooperation in large projects will be at the centre of relations between the two countries in the future. From among these he mentioned the importance of North-South energy and transport infrastructure connections.
Prime Minister Morawiecki was
of the opinion that the Visegrád countries are an important part of the EU,
contributing to economic growth and stability. "We believe in the EU, in
the values of the European Union, we want to build the EU together," he

He explained that Eastern
European countries are doing a lot to reduce the tension caused by the crisis.
He mentioned, for example, that 1.5 million refugees were admitted by Poland
due to the Ukrainian crisis.


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