Visegrad Group says it's ready to facilitate visa-free regime between Ukraine and EU

The Visegrad Group (Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic) has declared its readiness to facilitate a visa-free regime between Ukraine and the European Union, as reported by RBC Ukraine.

Representatives of the four members of the Group are currently in Lviv attending a meeting on energy efficiency.

“The Visegrad partners position remains unchanged with respect to the support of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine and [the group] expressed its readiness to support Ukraine’s European integration and visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU,” a statement read.

As reported by Radio Praha, the Foreign Ministers of the Visegrad Group met in Prague last week to mark the 25th anniversary of the Group’s founding. The Minister reiterated that the goals of the group are to stabilize the region, promote democratic values, speed up Euro-Atlantic integration, and support mutually advantageous cooperation.

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