Zeman’s Coalition Gambit Denied
11 October 2021
Continuing issues for the region regarding international cooperation with energy and digital security while diminishing media freedoms are once again on display in Hungary and Poland; the COVID-19 epidemic is yet to slowdown with heightened problems in Czechia and Bulgaria.
Every Monday Visegrad Insight releases a weekly update on key developments in Central Europe from the point of view of democratic security.
Our team monitors for important political, civil society, economy and foreign policy updates and where possible hints at risks and developing scenarios. Currently, we monitor the situation in the following 10 countries.
Regional: This Wednesday, 17 February, the heads of state of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia will meet in Krakow to mark the 30th anniversary of the Visegrad Group. The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, as well as other global and regional powerbrokers, will be in attendance.