On Thursday, the prime ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries met in Kosice, where a summit is being held under the Slovak V4 presidency. As the Slovak Government Office informed, they will mainly be discussing the current situation in Europe in connection with Russia's aggression in Ukraine and the energy crisis. In addition to the Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki have also arrived. The latter said that Poland, together with the Czech Republic and Slovakia, would ask Hungary to urgently ratify the accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO. Fiala announced that the summit would also discuss the scarf with the map of Greater Hungary, which the Hungarian prime minister had posed with and which had caused an international uproar. The V4 prime ministers' meeting is taking place after more than half a year.