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EurActiv ‘Special Report’ on: The challenges facing the Hungarian EU Presidency

Date

17 Dec 2010

Sections

EU Priorities 2020
Public Affairs

EurActiv.com, the leading online media focused on European Union policies, will be running a Special Report from 20-24 December on the Hungarian Presidency of the EU. EurActiv coverage will include news and analysis on the Presidency’s programme, its priorities, but also the challenges ahead, in an EU and national context.
 
The Hungarian Presidency, which will run for six months starting the 1st of January, is the last of the current trio involving Spain, Belgium and Hungary. Hungary's priorities are likely to be coordinated with Poland, the following Presidency, which is also part of the Visegrad group of countries, the two sharing common interests as countries of the former communist bloc. Neither Hungary nor Poland are eurozone members, which could be seen as a weakness in the current crisis.
 
You can follow the “Special Report” stories on EurActiv’s 'EU Priorities 2020' policy section :  

Media contacts:
Frédéric Simon, Editor, Tel. +32(0)2.788.36.78, editor2@euractiv.com
Daniela Vincenti-Mitchener, Managing Editor, Tel. +32(0)2.788.36.69, news@euractiv.com
 
Radu Magdin, Communications Manager: +32(0)2.788.36.88, communication@euractiv.com
Christophe Leclercq, Publisher, +32(0)2.226.58.13, publisher@euractiv.com
 
Note to the editor:

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