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Summit of Visegrad Four presidents to address host of regional issues

The presidents of the Visegrad Four countries – Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary – will meet on September 12 in Piešťany for a two-day session to discuss opportunities for effective cooperation, European policies and EU enlargement.

The presidents of the Visegrad Four countries – Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary – will meet on September 12 in Piešťany for a two-day session to discuss opportunities for effective cooperation, European policies and EU enlargement.

Presidents Ivan Gašparovič (Slovakia), Václav Klaus (CR), László Solyom (Hungary) and Lech Kaczynski (Poland) will discuss illegal immigration, cross-border crime and the developments in the Georgian-Russian conflict. On September 13, after bilateral meetings and the second plenary session, the four presidents will officially unveil the Fountain of Presidents in Piešťany (Trnava region). TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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