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Sep 07, 2018

Visegrád Group could soon approve a high-speed rail link that connects the four nations

Transport ministers from the V4 have agreed to draw up a feasibility study for the construction of an express railway connecting the Visegrád region

The Visegrád Group of countries – Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic – could soon approve a high-speed rail link that connects the four nations.

Transport ministers from the V4 have agreed to draw up a feasibility study for the construction of an express railway connecting the Visegrád region.

Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, said the rail line would connect Budapest, Bratislava, Brno and Warsaw, and travel at a top speed of more than 250 km per hour.

The Hungarian government is allocating 1.5 billion HUF for the study, which will be completed by autumn next year.