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Poland: media, Kaczynski met with Orban, focus on eurozone

Probably talks about Eu reforms package proposed by Cameron

07 January, 13:29

(ANSA) - WARSAW - Jaroslaw Kaczynski, head of Law and Justice (Pis), the right-wing party ruling in Poland, met with Hungary's Prime Minister Victor Orban yesterday in Niedzica, southern Poland, the Polish news agency PAP reported. According to PAP, yesterday's meeting lasted about six hours and ended at around 17pm. No press release was issued after talks.

According to Hungarian website, the relationship between the two countries and the eurozone and all the activities developed by the constitutional courts of both countries were among the issues discussed.

The daily Gazeta Wyborcza dedicates today's front page to the meeting, talking about the ''Anti-EU cousins'' and reporting that the two leaders probably talked about the package of EU reforms proposed by British Prime Minister David Cameron. Orban may receive Cameron in Budapest today.

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