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In this edition we look at how relations between Brussels and Budapest soured over democratic values, and also at how the cultural sector can be revived post-pandemic.
Vera Jourova was speaking as the EU published its first-ever report on democratic values in the 27-country bloc.
Orban's spokesperson Zoltan Kovacs said that Jourova's comments were "inappropriate and unacceptable".
The EU cannot be found at offices in Brussels, Luxembourg or Strasbourg but rather in the history and in the spirit of the peoples of which it is composed. If Europe rejects its nations, she will lose her soul.
Students in Hungary are blockading the main entrance of a university over a government reform that has already seen the establishment's management resign in protest.
RegioJet says its service is designed to compete with low-cost airlines.
This week we look back at the marathon talks between EU leaders and the potential impact on relations between member states.
As Hungary's coronavirus-hit economy shrinks and unemployment soars, thousands of Hungarians are seeking to join the army, attracted by job stability and a government scheme that fast-tracks recruits toward a military career.