And what did the European Commission have to say about former PM Tudose’s outrageous remark?
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Ministers from the V4 plus Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Romania and Bulgaria agreed that the EU should expand the Schengen zone and include countries from the Western Balkans along with establishing energy security
In his blog post entitled, “Hungarian Leader Should Stop Meddling in Ukrainian Politics,” a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Mike Gonzalez, misunderstands why Hungary has become an outspoken critic of the new Ukrainian education law that limits minority rights
Hungary’s position, when discussing the issue of enlargement with his European counterparts, is that Brussels must set a clear timetable with exact deadlines for candidate countries and must also conduct effective talks with them
"We reject that the European Union should apply double standards in relation to anyone; we are regrettably observing that the European Commission is applying double standards in relation to Poland very intensively. This is unacceptable," Minister Szijjártó said