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Will Hungary's Council presidency reshape EU-Israel relations? | Radio Schuman

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The European Union is set to approve new sanctions against Hamas and Israeli settlers this week, while the Hungarian government is preparing to take over the EU presidency of the Council on July 1


Hungary will next week assume the presidency of the EU Council, how might that shift the complex dynamics of the EU's stance on Israel amidst the Gaza conflict? How do far-right parties gaining greater traction across Europe also impact EU-Israeli relations? We explore that theme today on Radio Schuman.

We'll also discuss the implications of a key meeting between Hungarian PM Viktor Orban and Italy's Giorgia Meloni in Rome.

Lastly, we uncover the details behind the world's longest underwater rail and road tunnel connecting Scandinavia to central Europe.

Radio Schuman is hosted and produced by Maïa de la Baume, with journalist and production assistant Eleonora Vasques and audio editing by Zacharia Vigneron. The music is by Alexandre Jas. Sound Effect by Maksym Dudchyk from Pixabay.

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