Breaking Visegrad group, Prague-Warsaw do not go to Budapest

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(ANSA) – ROME, MARCH 29 – Poland and the Czech Republic will not send their representatives to the ministerial meeting of the Visegrad group (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary) convened in Budapest, to protest against the position taken by the Hungarian government of Viktor Urban on Russia and Ukraine and links with the Kremlin. “I have always supported V4, but I am saddened that Hungarian politicians now find cheap Russian oil more important than Ukrainian blood,” said Czech Defense Minister Jana Cernochova. His Polish colleague, Mariusz Blaszczak, also announced that he will not go to Biudapest. (HANDLE).

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