CEE plan fails to quell Greece fears

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, who is himself no favorite in Brussels these days, says he has a contingency plan for the Visegrad Four (V4) countries if Greece exits the eurozone that he will present at an upcoming European Union summit, but the Czechs are not impressed.

“The government has a plan B,” Orbán said at a press conference in Brussels in late May, adding that Greece’s departure from the monetary union would come with extraordinary consequences.

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