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Ministers Voice Interest in Maintaining V4 Cooperation

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Foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group - Hungary, Czechia, Poland, and Slovakia - communicated their interest in keeping the V4 cooperation going at a meeting on Monday, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in a post on Facebook from New York, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

In New York for the United Nations General Assembly, Szijjártó said the first meeting of the V4 foreign ministers had taken place under the Czech presidency. "Everybody made it clear we're interested in maintaining the Visegrad cooperation," he added.

"It's apparent that we apply different approaches with regard to the war going on in Ukraine, but also that there are a number of matters on the international political scene in which forming and representing a common position serves all of our national interests," Szijjártó said.

"That's why we agreed to continue an active Visegrád Group cooperation at the ministerial level and to meet regularly to continue work," he added.

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