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Visegrad Group

An informal grouping consisting of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Leaders meet to discuss common issues. The group administers a scholarship fund and a working group on energy policy. It was established in 1991 following the end of the Cold War.
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Deepening sectoral cooperation, expansion of cooperation with partner countries - Japan and the USA, establishing collaboration with the EU and the Visegrad Four were identified as priorities in GUAM further activities.
The Breitbart Network, on the other hand, reports Kuneva as saying that, unlike the Visegrad Four countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia) Bulgaria does not oppose migrant quotas.
Havasi added that leaders of the Visegrad Four countries, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary will hold an extraordinary summit in Prague on Friday.
Foreign direct investments in business services: transforming the visegrad four region into a knowledge-based economy?
This was announced by the Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic at July 3, Visegrad Four Summit in Polish Wisla.
During the summit on Sunday with the leaders of the quartet of European countries known as the Visegrad Four, Abe intends to confirm plans to hold summits between Japan and the four nations on a regular basis and to strengthen ties over a broad range of issues.
Ahead of Sunday's meeting, Abe told Poland's Rzeczpospolita daily that countries such as the Visegrad four are attractive markets for Japan.
Also known as the Visegrad Four (V4), the The European Quartet showcased their scenic attractions to gain interest and attention from this region's travel industry.
Within ENM 2012 the competition's preliminary edition will take place, which will be open to composition students from the Visegrad Four countries as part of the CAGE 100 project.
TODAY, THE VISEGRAD FOUR, OR V4, ARE THE WEALTHIEST FORMER SOVIET STATES (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SLOVENIA).
It also is part of the Visegrad Four (Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Poland), a forum for discussing areas of common concern.
Blair will meet prime ministers of the Visegrad Four group ( Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.