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Sep 07, 2018

Youth groups of the ruling parties of Hungary and Poland have agreed to strengthen ties

Hungary and Poland have agreed to set up a regional youth forum and send delegations to their respective national celebrations

Leaders of the youth groups of the ruling parties of Hungary and Poland have agreed to strengthen ties.

Lőrinc Nacsa, a lawmaker of the Hungarian Christian Democratic Party (KDNP) made the announcement at the Krynica economic forum on Thursday.

Nacsa said he held talks with the leaders of Poland’s Law and Justice Party (PiS), including Interior Ministry State Secretary Pawel Szefernaker, where they agreed to set up a regional youth forum and send delegations to their respective national celebrations.

In his address at the Krynica forum’s panel discussion focusing on central Europe, Nacsa said the region would become “Europe’s economic, ideological and spiritual center”.

He emphasised the importance of close cooperation among the region’s countries on migration and promoting their “values” among the youth.