Below you can find the links to the some of the most important official documents about cooperation of the Visegrád Group countries.

 

Visegrad Declaration 1991Polish language, Hungary language, Czech language.

Declaration on Cooperation between the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, the Republic of Poland and the Republic of Hungary in Striving for European Integration. Declaration signed by the representatives of the Visegrad Group in Visegrád, Hungary.

 

Annex to the Content of Visegrad Cooperation

Annex to the Contents of Visegrad Cooperation approved by the Prime Ministers summit Bratislava on 14th May 1999.In accordance with the Content of Visegrad co-operation approved by the Prime Ministers summit at Bratislava, the respective Visegrad countries hold a presidency on a rotating basis (in the order—the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia) with mandate for one year.

 

Visegrad Declaration 2004

Declaration of Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Poland and the Slovak Republic on cooperation of the Visegrad Group countries after their accession to the European Union (12 May 2004).

 

Declaration of V4 Ministers Responsible for Energy, Bratislava, 25 January 2011

The ministers responsible for energy of the Visegrad Group countries (Martin Kocourek, Minister for Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Tamás Fellegi, Minister of National Development of Hungary, Waldemar Pawlak, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of Poland, Juraj Miškov, Minister of Economy of Slovakia) support further development of regional cooperation in the energy sector.

 

Bratislava Declaration 2011

The Bratislava Declaration of the Prime Ministers of the Czech Republic, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Poland and the Slovak Republic on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Visegrad Group.

 

Joint Statement of the Visegrad Group on the Western Balkans

The Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Visegrad Group (V4) and Western Balkans partners took place in Warsaw on October 25, 2012 under the Polish Presidency of the Visegrad Group.

 

Memorandum of understanding on the parliamentary dimension of V4 cooperation adopted in Visegrad on 30 January 2014 by the Foreign Affairs Committees

 

Memorandum of understanding on the parliamentary dimension of V4 cooperation adopted in Visegrad on 30 January 2014.by the Foreign Affairs Committees of the V4 Parliaments. The new framework of parliamentary cooperation would act in synergy with the already existing practice of Speakers’ and committee meetings.

 

Budapest Declaration of the Visegrad Group Heads of Government on the New Opening in V4 Defence Cooperation.

Budapest Declaration of the Visegrad Group Heads of Government on the New Opening in V4 Defence Cooperation. Declaration signed in June 24, 2014.

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