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Specjalne spotkanie Komisji UE w sprawie Węgier (20)

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European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson (L) is talking with the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (Front) and the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides (R) prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides (L) is talking with the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (Front) and the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager (R) prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen arrives for a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen arrives for a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (L) is talking with the European Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton (C) and the EU Commission General secretary Ilze Juhansone (R) prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner for justice Didier Reynders is talking with the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, the Vice President and European Commissioner for Promoting the European Way of Life Margaritis Schinas, the European Commissioner in charge of Jobs and Social Rights Nicolas Schmit and the European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen calls her colleagues for a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner in charge of Jobs and Social Rights Nicolas Schmit (L) is talking with the European Commissioner Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides (C) and the EU Commission General secretary Ilze Juhansone (R) prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Hungarian Oliver Varhelyi arrives for a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Hungarian Oliver Varhelyi is looking at papers prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Hungarian Oliver Varhelyi is looking at papers prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner Home Affairs Ylva Johansson (L) is talking with the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner Competition Margrethe Vestager (C) and the EU Commission General secretary Ilze Juhansone (R) prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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Vice President and European Commissioner for Interinstitutional Relations Maros Sefcovic arrives for a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn attends a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner Home Affairs Ylva Johansson is talking with the European Commissioner International Partnership Jutta Urpilainen, the Vice President and European Commissioner Values and Transparency Vera Jourova, the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner Competition Margrethe Vestager and the EU Commission General secretary Ilze Juhansone prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner Home Affairs Ylva Johansson is talking with the European Commissioner International Partnership Jutta Urpilainen, the Vice President and European Commissioner Values and Transparency Vera Jourova and the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner Competition Margrethe Vestager prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner Home Affairs Ylva Johansson is talking with the European Commissioner International Partnership Jutta Urpilainen, the European Commissioner Financial Stability, Financial Services and the Capital Markets Union Mairead McGuinness, the Vice President and European Commissioner Values and Transparency Vera Jourova and the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner Competition Margrethe Vestager prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner in charge of Jobs and Social Rights Nicolas Schmit is talking with the European Commissioner for justice Didier Reynders, the European Commissioner for Budget and Administration Johannes Hahn, the Vice President and European Commissioner for Promoting the European Way of Life Margaritis Schinas and the Vice President and European Commissioner for Interinstitutional Relations Maros Sefcovic prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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(L to R) European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson is talking with the Vice President and European Commissioner for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova, the Executive Vice President and European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager and the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides prior a Sunday session of the College of EU Commissioners in the Berlaymont, the European Union Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium. In April, the European Commission launched against Hungary a procedure never used before, which can lead to the suspension of European funding whose use is threatened by problems of corruption or lack of judicial control in a country. After months of exchanges with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who calls himself a "freedom fighter", the European Union executive must, at the end of a special meeting this Sunday, submit its position to the Council, an institution representing the member states, which will be responsible for the final decision. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER
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18.09.2022 Bruksela Belgia Przewodniczaca Komisji Europejskiej Ursula von der Leyen zaprasza swoich kolegow na niedzielna sesje Kolegium Komisarzy UE w Berlaymont, siedzibie Komisji Europejskiej. W kwietniu Komisja Europejska wszczela wobec Wegier niestosowana wczesniej procedure, ktora moze doprowadzic do zawieszenia europejskich funduszy, ktorych wykorzystanie jest zagrozone problemami korupcji lub brakiem kontroli ssdowej w kraju. Po miesiącach rozmow z premierem Węgier Viktorem Orbanem, ktory nazywa siebie bojownikiem o wolnosc, wladza wykonawcza Unii Europejskiej musi, pod koniec specjalnego spotkania w te niedziele, przedstawic swoje stanowisko Radzie Europejskiej , instytucji reprezentujacej panstwa czlonkowskie. , ktora podejmie ostateczna decyzje Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTERBRUSSELS, BELGIUM - SEPTEMBER 18: Surveillance cameras are mounted on the Justus Lipsius Building, the EU Council headquarter, in front of the Berlaymont, the EU Commission headquarter on September 18, 2022 in Brussels, Belgium. Fot: Thierry Monasse/REPORTER