1st Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Natalia galibarenko discussed the issue of liberalization of visa regime between Ukraine and the European Union with the state secretaries of the ministries of foreign Affairs of member countries of the Visegrad four (Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), notified on the Internet office of the Ukrainian foreign Ministry on the First day of the week.
"during the next round of political consultations in the format of" Visegrad group Ukraine " held soveshanie the first Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Natalia Galibarenko with the state secretaries of the ministries of foreign Affairs of member countries of the Visegrad four. During the meeting the attention was focused on cooperation of Ukraine and the Visegrad group in the political and sectoral dimensions, as well as issues related to the European integration of Ukraine ", - is informed in the report.
As noted, the parties discussed the schedule of upcoming events in the format of " V4 Ukraine ", for example, the conference on issues of higher education reform, which will be held on Tuesday in Chernivtsi. They also exchanged views on visa regime liberalization between Ukraine and EU and the internal reforms in Ukraine.
The Visegrad four - the Union 4 Central European countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Was formed as a result of the meeting of the presidents and the Prime Minister three post-socialist countries - Lech Walesa (Poland), Vaclav Havel (Czechoslovakia) and j?zsef Antal (Hungary) fifteen February 1991 in the Hungarian town of visegr?d, which signed a joint Declaration of desire for integration in the European structures. All members of the Visegrad group on 1 may 2004 became members of the European Union.