PM Viktor Orbán met Jarosław Kaczyński, the president of Poland's Law and Justice Party (PiS) met on Wednesday in a Niedzica guesthouse reported Polish TVN24.
Neither the Polish government's spokesman nor PIS's parliamentary group leader commented on the topic of discussion.
Polish sources quoted an unnamed Hungarian politician who remarked that PM Viktor Orbán's visit to Poland took place ahead of British Prime Minister David Cameron Thursday's visit to Hungary, which indicates that the Polish and Hungarian leaders could have similar position on the UK's EU policy.
Polish sources reported that the other topic of discussion might have been the European migration crisis.
Pundits pointed out the similarities between PIS and Fidesz's political programs.
After the Polish parliamentary elections in October last year, a new course begun in Polish-Hungarian relations. The former Polish government often criticized PM Viktor Orbán for his friendly relations with Russia.
The new President of Sejm Marek Kuchcinski's visit to Budapest in December last year, however, opened new horizons in Hungarian – Polish bilateral relations.
(magyaridok.hu – hungarianambiance.com)