RTVS | Orbán finally agrees to help Ukraine

Vít Havelka, Senior Research Fellow, appeared on the RTVS World:24 programme, where he commented on the European aid to Ukraine, which was eventually supported by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

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Radiožurnál: Hungary without the Presidency? A slap in the face for Orbán and a sign of EU frustration with his policies, says expert

In the Bruselské chlebíčky podcast, the head of the Brussels office of the EUROPEUM think-tank comments on the situation with the upcoming European Presidency. The incoming Spanish presidency is currently open-ended, due to the upcoming Spanish elections, and the Hungarian presidency next year is one that MEPs would prefer to abolish altogether.

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Euractiv: Orbán expanded his repertoire of criticism of the EU. The hostile rhetoric is already being reflected in public opinion

About what kind of policy is Victor Orbán leadinng towards European Union and his upcoming annual speach, wrote for Euractiv Oszkár Roginer, Global EU project manager from the EUROPEUM Institute.

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iROZHLAS: Suspension of the Erasmus programme for Hungary? "Punishment and isolation of students."

Hungarian students from 21 universities are at risk of not being able to participate in the Erasmus+ education programme. The European Commission has temporarily cut them off. "The students who stand to lose the most from Erasmus are not the children of upper-middle-class parents, but those from smaller towns and rural areas. They don't have the means to travel abroad," Hungarist Oszkár Roginer, Global EU project manager at the EUROPEUM Institute, criticised the decision to iROZHLAS.cz.

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ČRo: Emmanuel Macron – the President of France

Our director Vladimir Bartovic commented for Rozhlas on Emmanuel Macron as the new president of France.

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Info.cz: OSCE criticizes Poland - Will the EU sanction Warsaw?

Our director Vladimír Bartovic commented for Info.cz on the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) criticism of Poland stemming from the warning that such constitutional changes would lead to political pressure on the judicial system of the country.

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