The full interview will be published on Monday.
Mateusz Morawiecki was asked whether Poland’s friendship with Hungary ended due to different approaches to the war in Ukraine, and whether there are any chances of returning to cooperation within the Visegrad Group.
“The attitude towards the war really divided us a lot. But I think that in time all the other things in which we showed solidarity, understanding and support will bring us together again. I would really like that,” said Moravetsky, quoted in Sunday edition of wPolityce.
He also explained that cooperation within the framework of the Visegrad Group significantly strengthens Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. When asked whether the meetings of the Visegrad Group could return, he answered yes.
“I intend to try to work out a formula in which, having clearly stated our differences, respecting the sensitivity of our Ukrainian friends, we will be able to return both to cooperation within the framework of the V4 and to joint activities with Hungary in those areas where we have common values and interests. I I believe in the development of such a platform of understanding. In addition, the Poles are probably more ready for this today than in March or April,” he said.
- We will remind you that on April 9, Polish Deputy Prime Minister Yaroslav Kaczyński said that Poland will not cooperate with Hungary until the position of Orban, who “did not see” the atrocities of the Russian army in the suburbs of Kyiv, will not change.
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