The Guardian correspondent compares PM Orbán to Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
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Two of the vice-presidents on the new European Commission will come from Slovakia and the Czech Republic, while the Polish commissioner will oversee Agriculture. “The whole region, with the V4 at the helm, is seeing an on-going increase in appreciation,” Prime Minister Orbán said in a radio interview this morning, before talking about enlargement, the European way of life, foreign policy goals and family policy.
In a letter sent to Trócsányi, Ursula von der Leyen wrote that it was crucial for the European Union to be surrounded by “stable, safe and prospering” nations, thus the Union must have an active presence in these countries.