British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet his Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Slovak counterparts on March 8 to discuss security issues in Europe and the UK’s ties with the region in view of the Russian attack on Ukraine, Orbán’s press chief said.
The heads of government will discuss security and defence issues as well as strengthening economic and cultural ties, Bertalan Havasi said.
The prime ministers will also attend several bilateral meetings on the side-lines of the summit, he said.
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