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Friday, 2 October 2015

President meets with Slovak head of state in Cerveny Klastor

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The adoption of a joint stand on Russia's plans to build a new thread of the Nord Stream gasline from Russia to Germany will be among the topics discussed at the next sitting of the Visegrad Group (V4), President Andrzej Duda said on Friday.

 

President Duda told reporters after talks with Slovak head of state Andrej Kiska in Cerveny Klastor, Slovakia, that he hoped all the V4 states said "no" to the Nord Stream II project. According to Duda, the construction of the gasline was not an economic but a political decision which could have "enormous political effects".

 

"These are not commercial decisions, in reality they are political. In any case, a decision like the construction of Nord Stream will have enormous political effects which we should stand up against, because they will not be in the interest of either Poland or Slovakia", Andrzej Duda said in Cerveny Klastor.

 

Duda's Friday talks with Kiska took place in the run-up to an October 8-9 meeting of the Visegrad Group (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary) in Balatonfured, Hungary.

 

President Duda said that he also informed Kiska about the UN summit in New York which he attended earlier this week.

 

President Kiska called the Nord Stream II project "a problem" and stressed that Poland and Slovakia shared a common stand on the matter. Kiska also opined that the October V4 meeting should also discuss the current refugee crisis.

 

Presidents Duda and Kiska also discussed cooperation between the V4 members and ties to other regional alliances like the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea Group. (PAP)

 
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