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The EU is not ready for open democratic discussions

In Karpacz, southern Poland, on Tuesday, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto said there is no chance for genuine and mutually respectful democratic discussions in the European Union, just as persistent double standards are a major challenge. his ministry.

“Speaking at the Karpacz Economic Forum, the Foreign Minister said it would be important to have an honest discussion about overcoming the challenges facing the continent, but those who disagree with the mainstream are often called anti-European and pushed ashore,” (Sejm) in a panel discussion About Europe Carpathians.

According to Péter Szijjártó, Hungary is interested in a strong European Union, based on strong member states capable of preserving their heritage, national identity and culture, and

He completely rejects the “extreme” federal position that seeks to create a kind of United States of Europe, and does not want to transfer other powers to Brussels.

Regarding the competitiveness of the EU, Peter Szijjarto stated that member states should not be deprived of the right to decide on their tax policy, and that internal competition is also necessary. He also said that blocking the expansion of society would reduce competitiveness, especially after the UK’s exit and the failure of negotiations on a framework agreement between the European Union and Switzerland.

Peter Szijjarto, Minister of Foreign Affairs and TradeSource: MTI / Bruzák Noémi

He believed that Serbia should be accepted into the European Union immediately, which would be a huge factor for stabilizing the entire Western Balkans. Moreover, he said, it is also important to see that “there is no vacuum in politics”. If the conglomerate does not move, other powers will extend their influence into the region.

Minister Visegrád’s cooperation described the spirit of Hungarian foreign policy.

As he said, this has resulted in the four countries achieving results on important European issues that they would not have had on their own.

If we are not committed, immigrants in the European Union today will be distributed according to mandatory resettlement quotas, but we have not succumbed to staggering pressure from abroad, we have held our position all along.

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Finally, he noted, Germany has 70 percent more trade with the Visegrad Four than France. He emphasized in this regard that Central Europe is the “backbone” of the German economy and, thanks to sound economic and security policies, has become one of the most competitive regions in the world.

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