Vashadze met with representatives of the "Visegrad Four"
On the eve, the head of the Georgian Foreign Ministry Grigol Vashadze met with the delegation of the so-called "Visegrad Four" in the Georgian capital. According to Trend, the delegation included the heads of political departments of foreign ministries of Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.
As the Georgian Foreign Ministry explained in an interview, during a meeting they discussed problems and issues of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia, as well as the situation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The two sides also discussed the Geneva talks and activities of the EU monitoring mission in Georgia.
The integration of Russia into the World Trade Organization (WTO) was the separate topic of discussion.
Recall, the "Visegrad Four" is the name of informal association of the four Central European countries: Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. The group's name comes from the city of Visegrad in the north of Hungary, where the kings of Bohemia, Hungary and Poland met in 1335. The "Visegrad Group" was established in February 1991 for mutual aid for the three states - Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia - in integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures. After the breakup of Czechoslovakia in January 1993, the "Visegrad Three" turned into the "Four", RIA Novosti reminded.