The Czech Republic and Poland stand at a pivotal juncture to emerge as a central hub for regional political advancement.
Prague and Warsaw, united not only in their position against Russian aggression in Ukraine and on, possess the potential to forge shared perspectives within the structures of the European Union and NATO. This collaborative effort can garner support from neighboring countries, fostering mutual benefits for all stakeholders. However, Pavel Havlíček, from the Association for International Affairs in Prague, highlights the potential challenge of internal Czech politics posing a risk to this collaborative development.
The podcast was supported by the Czech-Polish Forum of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.