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  • 13 March 2015

    Energy cooperation, the conflict in Ukraine, preparations for the May summit of the Eastern Partnership in Riga and the fight against terrorism were discussed by foreign ministers of the Visegrad and Nordic-Baltic States in Strbske Pleso, Slovakia.

    The meeting took place under the Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Group. The format of meetings between Central and Eastern European countries and Nordic and Baltic countries was launched in 2013 by Poland and Sweden during Poland’s Presidency of the V4. This is their third meeting.


    “It is a unique format that connects three regional organisations,” its host, Slovakia’s chief diplomat Miroslav Lajcak summed up the meeting. “We are fully united on supporting reforms in Ukraine and respecting the Minsk agreements.


    The head of the Polish delegation Minister Grzegorz Schetyna stressed that complementing Central European states’ cooperation with a northern dimension is quite natural. “We have a common geography, outlook at regional issues and we can be excellent partners for each other in supplies of energy,” said Poland’s chief of diplomacy.


    Marcin Wojciechowski

    MFA Spokesman

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