12. 06. 2018 14:46
The Slovak Government's plans to bring the Visegrad Four Group closer to the European Union are on the agenda of the meeting between Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini and his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán in Budapest on Tuesday. The Visegrad Four Group consists of Slovakia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland. The Slovak presidency, starting on July 1, will stand on three main pillars: a strong Europe, a safe environment and smart solutions. Slovakia's diplomacy wishes to make the V4 countries an "integral part of all debates" which relate to the future of Europe in various areas, including migration, and a multiannual financial framework.