Prague, December 12 (MTI) – Joint efforts to enhance energy security in Central Europe are in the focus of talks on the second and final day of a meeting of presidents from the Visegrad Four countries, Austria and Slovenia on Friday.

Hungary is represented by President Janos Ader at the talks held in the Prague Castle.

Ader held a personal meeting with his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor on Friday morning.

The presidents participating in the plenary talks will hold a joint press conference later in the day.

The first day of plenary talks on Thursday focused on developing transport links in Central Europe and cooperation between the V4 countries, Austria and Slovenia.

Photo: MTI – Tibor Illyes


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