This Week in Central Europe / 24 March 2023

Hungarian PM Viktor Orban attends a video conference with his Greek, Slovenian, Slovak and Latvian counterparts, as well as European Council President Charles Michel from his office in Budapest, Hungary, 21 March 2023. Press Office handout

In other news, the Polish prime minister lays out his government's vision for Europe; former Czech president Milos Zeman twice tried but failed to get a pardon and immunity from any prosecution for key aide; and 18 years after the murder of student Daniel Tupy in Bratislava, 10 arrests are made.

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