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The foreign minister said that the “patriotic” policies of the two cabinets, which he said were “based on Christian values and prioritise national interests”, were often unacceptable to “the international liberal mainstream… continually attacking the two countries”.
“We are the economic engine of the European Union,” Prime Minister Orbán said, standing next to his Polish counterpart, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, at their joint press conference in Budapest on Wednesday. Central Europe, he emphasized, is the fastest growing region within the EU.