The Visegrád Post is an online journal publishing in English, French, and German which aims to inform the public about this dynamic region of Central Europe, and provide it with news, analyses, and interviews with prominent personalities from the area. It is also aimed at those who either have a connection to this region or who have a particular interest in it.
The Visegrád Post is financed exclusively through donations and cooperates with several other media institutions, its main partner being the France-based TV Libertés (and more generally, Groupe Libertés).
Unlike the nearly monolithic perspective being offered in the French, English, and German outlets that cover the Central European region, the Visegrád Post toes a conservative line and is attentive to the public’s majority opinions in those countries that are being covered.
Its Editor-in-Chief, François Lavallou (Ferenc Almássy), is a Franco-Hungarian who has been living in Hungary since 2010. Out of a desire to raise awareness of the realities in both Central Europe and the Visegrád Group throughout the world, and to offer a more accurate image of them that is more in tune with the perspective of the average Central European, he created the Visegrád Post in 2015. The site has been officially online since March 31, 2016.
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