POLAND and Hungary are forming a new Eastern powerhouse in a bid to outmanoeuvre Brussels.
The leaders of the two countries have been holding regular secret meetings in a bit to improve relations and work together.
One political expert said the two countries were putting the European Union (EU) on the spot by working towards their own power hub – with Brussels unable to “do much about it”.
Hungarian-Polish political scientist Dominik Hejj said: “The relations are very strong, and almost every week a Polish minister visits Hungary and vice versa.”
He said the relations between the two countries and the EU had “cooled down”.
Mr Hejj said the two main parties in each country, PiS in Poland and Fidesz in Hungary, had much in common…
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