The defence ministers of the Visegrád Group (V4) countries met in Warsaw to coordinate the direction of V4 cooperation on defence policy and on the transfer of the group's rotating presidency, Kormány.hu reported. The meeting aimed at reviewing the related results of the Polish presidency and the transference of the presidential baton within the field of defence. The Hungarian delegation was headed by Deputy Minister Tamás Vargha, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence.
Mr. Vargha thanked the Polish presidency for its work, adding that Hungary is extremely appreciative of the work of the Polish presidency, because it done a great deal to advance the reputation of the Visegrád Group and has realised a further increase in political transparency. “The strength of the Visegrád Cooperation lies in its unity. Today, Central Europe’s image is that of a region in which there is vitality, in which there are common gaols, and which is made up of capable countries”, the Deputy Minister said.