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Look forward to developing ties with Hungary and Visegrad Group. Will work closely on bilateral cooperation and in the multilateral arena," he tweeted.
Apart from Slovakia, SIAF welcomed groups from 12 member states of NATO, the EU and the Visegrad Group (V4).
The Czech Foreign Minister has confirmed support for BiH in the process of Euro-Atlantic integration, and in meeting the requirements of the European Commission with regards to the candidate status, and taking into account that the Czech Republic takes over the Presidency of the Visegrad Group on 1 July.
Kang was on a two-day trip there to attend multilateral security talks with the Visegrad Group, a regional alliance led by Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland.
In Bratislava, on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov attended the ministerial meeting of the countries of the Visegrad Group and the Western Balkans.
Azerbaijan will participate in the meeting of the Visegrad Group and the Eastern Partnership countries, which will be held in Bratislava (Slovakia) on May 6, spokesperson for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Leyla Abdullayeva toldTrendon May 5.
Poland's Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has canceled a planned appearance at the upcoming Visegrad Group (V4) summit to be held later this week in Jerusalem.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki cancelled his visit to Jerusalem to attend a Visegrad Group (V4) meeting, which was a planned gathering of leaders from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary.
Few people know the real nightmare of the EU has a name: The Visegrad Group (V4), a union of Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia that, mindful of the Soviet occupation, is increasingly challenging the centralizing will of Brussels and what the members call the "Soviet Union of Europe." Initially treated as a marginal subject of Central-Eastern Europe, the V4, with the arrival of the leaderships of Viktor Orban in Hungary and Jaroslaw Kaczynski in Poland, has become a huge problem for EU bureaucrats, given that the criticisms advanced from these rebels on key issues such as immigration, identity, moral issues and national sovereignty have attracted and given strength to the so-called "populist forces" of Western Europe.
The delegation of Kyrgyzstan headed by Abdyladayev is participating in the first ministerial meeting of Central Asian countries and the Visegrad Group in Budapest.
The two sides have a chance to strengthen relations and communication between Egypt and Visegrad Group which includes Czech Republic, Poland, and its current head, Hungary.