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  • 27 June 2016

    Foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, Germany and France have met today in Prague for talks on the present and future of the EU following the UK’s referendum on Thursday.

    At a meeting early on Monday, Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier briefed the ministers on the consultations he had in Berlin with the foreign ministers of the six EU founding states. The discussion also covered a proposed German-French document on the EU’s future.

     

    “We are willing to create suitable conditions for all member states to implement policies approved by our societies. We are also willing to continue to sustain this citizen support,” Czech Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek said after the meeting.

     

     

    Minister Waszczykowski noted the need for talks among 27 EU member states. “We need a discussion involving the broadest possible community of member states on the EU’s present situation in the wake of last week’s referendum in the UK,” stressed the minister.

     

    The consultations between the V4, French, and German foreign ministers have been held in Prague owing to the Czech Republic’s presidency of the V4.

     

    Poland takes over the presidency of the Visegrad Group as of 1 July.

     

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