Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will travel to Krakow on Feb. 17 to participate in a summit of the Visegrad Group’s heads of government.
According to reports, European Council President Charles Michel has reportedly accepted the V4’s invitation and will attend the event. The Visegrad Group was formed on Feb. 15, 1991, at a high-level meeting in the Hungarian town of Visegrad.
The V4's six-month rotating presidency will be taken over by Hungary from Poland on June 30.
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