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Slovak Speaker of Parliament visits Belgian and European institutions

Slovak Speaker of Parliament Pavol Paska will visit Belgium and various EU institutions on September 22-23, Paška's spokesman, Jozef Plško, told the TASR newswire on September 21. During his visit, Paška will meet Speaker of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek, European Commission Vice-Chair Jacques Barrot, President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives Patrick Dewael and Senator Hugo Vanderberghe. The agenda for Tuesday's meetings with representatives of European institutions will include the issue of misinterpretation of recent Slovak-Hungarian relations.

Slovak Speaker of Parliament Pavol Paska will visit Belgium and various EU institutions on September 22-23, Paška's spokesman, Jozef Plško, told the TASR newswire on September 21. During his visit, Paška will meet Speaker of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek, European Commission Vice-Chair Jacques Barrot, President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives Patrick Dewael and Senator Hugo Vanderberghe.

The agenda for Tuesday's meetings with representatives of European institutions will include the issue of misinterpretation of recent Slovak-Hungarian relations.

"Further topics will be the intensification of our bilateral relations and the development of co-operation with the European Parliament, as well as with both chambers of the Belgian Parliament and co-operation between the Visegrad Four (V4) and Benelux countries," said Plško, as quoted by TASR. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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