News update... Serbia securing close contacts between Visegrad and Craiova Groups (Serbia is already member of Craiova Group and represent only country that also negotiate with Visegrad Group for membership). Important to secure new Commonwealth, when comes the timeSerbian, Hungarian, Bulgarian PMs in trilateral meetingSource: B92 Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | 09:30
According to the same source, the prime ministers spoke about "energy cooperation, situation in the region, and the migrant crisis."
News update from Visegrad countries... Slovakia ignore EU when it comes to Kosovo, respect Serbia`s sovereignty
articleSlovaks ignore "state of Kosovo," respect UNSCR 1244Source: Vecernje novosti Tuesday, September 20, 2016 | 12:37
He has been lobbying since yesterday to have Kosovo presented in line with the Brussels agreement, however, that request has not been accepted, for which reason he walked out of the conference. The hosts assigned no importance to this; instead, the meeting immediately resumed as if nothing had happened,"
Braking NEWS >>> we are little bit closer to New Commonwealth (Intermarium) >>>Central Europeans form "alliance for defense" - OrbanSource: Tanjug Monday, September 26, 2016 | 10:23
Leaders of Central European countries have formed "an alliance for the defense of their states and their way of life,".............. "It is now clear that we were right," said Orban, ......
Previously >>>Two Visegrad Group countries (Hungary and Slovakia) already sent their police to aid Serbian police due to refugee crisis. Defense of Central Europe begins in Serbia >>>Slovak police to be deployed on Serbia's eastern borderSource: Tanjug Monday, September 26, 2016 | 10:23
Serbia and Slovakia will establish joint police patrols on the Serbia's eastern border with Bulgarian border.
So, its just the matter of time when would Poland abandon NATO. i think that now nobody sane believe in Poland`s ``eternal`` obligation to that alliance.
News updateVisegrad group's 'flexible solidarity' idea gains traction in EU26.09.2016
It generally stipulates that the member states themselves - based on their potential and experience - would decide how they participate in the EU's migration policy and in solving the refugee crisis, and that participation in refugee distribution programs should be voluntary.Visegrad Group of EU states 'could veto Brexit deal'17 September 2016
A group of Central European EU members known as the Visegrad Four is ready to veto any Brexit deal that would limit people's right to work in the UK, Slovakian PM Robert Fico says.