Slovak V4 Presidency - News and Documents
2.10.2013 | Slovensko a V4
The Foreign Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia emphasize the importance of developing strong ties between the EU and the Eastern Partnership countries, which is essential for stability and prosperity on the European continent.
26.8.2013 | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov | Slovensko a V4 | Maďarsko
On 31 July 2013, Hungary took over the rotating presidency in the V4 for the upcoming year. On this occasion, State Secretaries of the V4 met on 25-26 August in Balatonfüred in Hungary.
9.7.2013 | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov | Slovensko a V4 | Japonsko
“Today´s seminar on science and technology reflects the new phase of cooperation between Slovakia and Japan. For the first time, it has brought together top scientists from the V4 and Japan in one place,” stated State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Peter Burian in his opening remarks at the seminar on science and technology in Smolenice.
26.6.2013 | Slovensko a V4
Foreign Ministers of the Visegrad Countries and Croatia signed a Joint Declaration today (June 26) in Budapest, Hungary to express their readiness to share experience relating to the initial stages of EU membership with the new EU member. The Declaration serves as a signal of understanding that Croatia, becoming the 28th Member State of the EU on July 1st, 2013 can significantly contribute to the improvement of the regional cooperation.
18.5.2013 | Aktivity ministra | Slovensko a V4
Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, ceremonially awarded the winners of the first V4 Bicycle Race that started in Budapest, continued across Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and finished in Krakow.
18.4.2013 | Aktivity ministra | GLOBSEC | Slovensko a V4
The ministers of foreign affairs of the Visegrad 4 countries (V4) introduced the wording of a joint declaration “For a More Effective and Stronger Common Security and Defense Policy” at the GLOBSEC security conference in Bratislava today (18 April 2013).
19.2.2013 | Aktivity ministra | Slovensko a V4 | Poľsko
On Wednesday (February 20, 2013), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák will attend the meeting of Foreign Affairs Ministers of the Nordic, Baltic and Visegrad 4 countries.
12.2.2013 | Aktivity štátnych tajomníkov | Oficiálna rozvojová pomoc | Slovensko a Európska únia...
EU Development Ministers met in Dublin for the first time this year on February 11-12 with the aim of defining the role of the European Union in development aid after 2015 – following the evaluation of the Millennium Development Goals.
Joint Press Statement of the Hungarian and Slovak Foreign Ministries
The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs announce that the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4) ended on 30 June 2010 and Slovakia has taken over the V4 Presidency from 1 July 2010 until 30 June 2011. During the Hungarian Presidency, the four Central European countries closely cooperated and successfully implemented the 2009-2010 Presidency Program in the field of foreign, EU and sectoral policies. The Motto of the next Slovak V4 Presidency Program, which will be adopted during the official summit of the Prime Ministers of the V4 countries soon to be held in Hungary is: „Efficient Visegrad - Continuity, Cohesion, Solidarity and Awareness”. The main priorities of the Program of the Slovak Presidency are aimed at further strengthening of the V4 closer regional cooperation in key areas like energy security, infrastructure development, economic cooperation, social inclusion of the Roma population, as well as promotion of joint V4 events on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Visegrad Group which was founded on 15 February 1991. The V4 will continue to implement its key foreign policy priorities and common goals within the European Union with particular attention to the regions of the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership.