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Joint statement of V4 Ministers of Foreign Affairs on the situation in Ukraine


The Foreign Ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia were shocked by the news that clashes between protesters and riot police resulted in casualties in Kyiv. more ►

Statement of V4 Foreign Ministers on the situation in Ukraine


The countries of the Visegrad Group reconfirm their strong interest in the political stability and economic prosperity of Ukraine and follow with great concern the events witnessed in the streets of Ukrainian cities since the time of the Vilnius… more ►

Minister Kohout: Regional co-operation can drive defence policy


The EU's common security and defence policy could be enhanced by learning the lessons of regional initiatives writes the Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs. more ►

„7 is the lucky number“


With these words welcomed Czech EU ambassador Martin Povejšil visitors of the Seventh Czech Street Party. more ►

Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on the “stress tests” of nuclear power plants


High safety standards in nuclear power production are a topmost priority for the Czech Republic. We support the efforts of the European Union to promote and improve nuclear safety not only in Europe, but also on global level. more ►

New Czech Ambassador to the EU


Date: 03 September 2012  Venue: Brussels

The new Permanent Representative of the Czech Republic to the EU, Ambassador Martin Povejšil, replaces Ambassador Milena Vicenová. more ►

Meeting of the Prime Ministers of the V4 in Prague


Date: 22 June 2012  Venue: Prague

Prime minister Petr Nečas hosted a formal Summit of Prime Ministers of the Visegrad Group countries. The four heads of governments coordinated their positions before the upcoming European Council. more ►