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Russia's withdrawal from the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline has changed the situation on the gas market in the countries of region.
The visit of Czech president in China is another step in Prague's strategy to intensify relations with Beijing.
The US has resorted to measures which haven't been seen in contacts with its allies, proving that there is a serious crisis in American-Hungarian relations.
The largest Slovak gas recipient, the state-owned Slovenský plynárenský priemysel (SPP) has been receiving less and less gas from Russia for a month now.
The divergences within the Visegrad Group over the NATO summit in Wales remain in contrast to the practice of the V4's co-operation in NATO
Orban's speech appears to throw down the gauntlet to the European institutions and Hungary's EU partners.
As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.
Slovakia’s good relations with Gazprom have a decisive impact on Bratislava’s stance on the reversal issue.
Given this strong public mandate, Andrej Kiska will most probably take on the role criticising the government.
Although Central and South-Eastern European countries evaluate the recent developments in Ukraine in a very similar manner, their reactions have been different.