The prime ministers of the Visegrad Four countries Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic discussed regional energy security at a summit in Budapest on 24 February amid concerns of over dependency on Russian gas. “We signed a common declaration that states that energy security is a highly important task for the signatory states,” Hungary’s Premier Gordon Bajnai told journalists after the meeting of regional officials. “We have reached an important step with toda...

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