[@ 10.11.16.] Participants discussed the Hungarian EU agenda and relevant tasks on Sunday at the forum of the Visegrád Group Central European states.
The Visegrád Four Meeting held in Bratislava was attended by Tamás Fellegi, Minister of Development, Zsolt Nyitrai Minister of State for Infocommunications, and Tamás Kovács Deputy State Secretary in charge of Hungary’s EU Presidency.
The agenda of the meeting focused on Hungary’s EU Presidency commencing from 1 January, 2011 and the event was also attended by Ján Figel, Slovakia’s Deputy Prime Minister.
With Poland taking over the EU Presidency from Hungary, Central Europe will have vast opportunities being in the focus of the international spotlight said Zsolt Nyitrai, also noting that finally the Central European region will experience being an integral part of the unified Europe.