Budapest, August 29 (MTI) – Visegrad Group (V4) foreign ministers will today discuss the possible impact of Turkish policy and developments in southeastern Europe on migration pressure, the foreign minister said on Monday.
Also, V4 foreign ministers will discuss issues and challenges facing the UN ahead of the upcoming session of the UN General Assembly, Péter Szijjártó told told public news channel M1.
The foreign ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia will also give speeches at the meeting of Hungarian ambassadors in the afternoon, Szijjártó said, noting that it is the first time that the meeting will be attended by the four foreign ministers.
In a separate interview to public radio, Szijjártó said that EU institutions had given Turkey “the false impression” that the country could obtain a visa waiver by “keeping migration under control”, even if the country fails to meet related requirements.
“To give Turkey this misconception was a big mistake, and now there is obviously disappointment in the country,” Szijjártó said.