Zeman and other V4 presidents mark 30 years of cooperation at Poland summit

The Czech Republic’s Miloš Zeman and the presidents of the other Visegrad Four countries have been marking the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the informal regional grouping at a summit in Poland. The gathering is being hosted by President Andrzej Duda and is focused on such issues as the battle against Covid-19, energy security and international relations.

During his address at the meeting Mr. Zeman spoke about the solidarity and friendship among the V4, which also includes Slovakia and Hungary. The Czech head of state said that Poland and Hungary were facing constant unsubstantiated attacks, his spokesman wrote on Twitter.

It is President Zeman’s first international trip in over a year, in view of the coronavirus situation.

Author: Ian Willoughby