Budapest, August 28 (MTI) – The foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – will meet in Budapest on Monday to discuss the outcome of a meeting of V4 prime ministers held in Warsaw last Friday.

The Budapest meeting will focus on the links between developments in Turkey and illegal migration as well as preparations for the general assembly of the United Nations, a statement from Hungary’s foreign ministry said on Sunday.


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As part of their programme, Péter Szijjártó from Hungary, Miroslav Lajcak from Slovakia, Lubomir Zaoralek from the Czech Republic and Witold Waszczykowski from Poland, will address a meeting of mission leaders at the Hungarian foreign ministry on Monday.

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