Jean-Claude Juncker, the Heads of Government of the Visegrád countries, called for a meeting on 18 October, aimed at attenuating the tensions between the eastern and western European Union member states, which was sent out on Wednesday, which was sent by the President of the European Commission to the Heads of Government of the Visegrád countries.
In a letter dated 2 October, Juncker suggested to the Czech, Polish, Hungarian and Slovak Prime Ministers to discuss current issues at the eve of the EU Summit on 19 October.
“I think it is of paramount importance for the unity of twenty-seven EU Member States (after the departure of the British),” the head of the Brussels body wrote, pointing out that, despite Brexit, Europe should be “more coherent, stronger and more democratic”.
Some of the details of the letter reminded us that the most important issues to be resolved with the Visegrád countries include the way in which the migration crisis is handled, the legislation on posted workers and the rule of law.
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