30 Years of the Visegrad Group: Achievements of the V4 and expectations from the Hungarian presidency
The Visegrad Group is an influential alliance in Central Europe that dates to 1991. Since then, the V4 states have launched several joint projects, international initiatives, and played an active role in the European political scheme. After the Polish presidency, Hungary takes over the lead in July 2021. It will have to face the challenges of the post-COVID-19 world. IPPS Fellow Adél Kovács argues that while mitigating the COVID-19 crisis remains the main focus, the Hungarian presidency will continue with cross-presidential activities and propose new programs on the agenda.
Policy Brief – Adél Kovács, May 2021
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