PM will head to Prague to attend summit of Visegrad Group countries

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki will pay a visit to Prague on Thursday to meet with the heads of government of the Visegrad Group (V4) countries. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz will also participate in the talks.

The regional V4 organisation is composed of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

Government spokesperson Piotr Muller has told PAP that the meeting in Prague will have two parts. He pointed out that, in the morning, the heads of government of the v4 countries would meet and that later the chancellor of Austria would join the prime ministers.

Muller noted the aim of the extended format of the summit would be to consult on current V4 and European Union matters, and to become acquainted with the position of Austria on the discussed issues.

He added that topics for discussion would also include posted workers, social policy, the EU's multi-annual budget, migration, the Community's enlargement policy, energy issues, as well as the European Green Deal.