1 million EUR joint V4 support to refugees from Ukraine
V4 countries provide funding through the Visegrad Fund to 72 projects implemented by organisations in the Visegrad region and Ukraine to support war refugeesRead More
Welcome to the official website of Hungary’s 2021/22 Presidency of the Visegrad Group, a regional cooperation
platform of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Visit us for the latest information on current V4 priorities and
official high-level meetings, public events and joint projects organised under the Presidency between 1 July 2021 and
30 June 2022, in Hungary and around the world.
Click here to read the brochure about the Hungarian Presidency's main achievements.
30 June 2022
At the high-level closing event of the Hungarian V4 Presidency, V4 Ministers discussed the region's migration challenges, cooperation regarding the war in Ukraine and reviewed the results of the Hungarian Presidency. Ministers also adopted a joint statement, available here.
30 June 2022
The Ministry of Technology and Industry of Hungary, with the participation of representatives and experts from the Visegrad countries, Romania, Bulgaria and South Korea, held a high-level climate policy consultation, involving civil society and financial actors.The conference focused on national climate policy efforts, international climate policy processes, climate finance, and the activities of non-state actors in climate protection.
24 June 2022
On June 24 the State Secretaries and Deputy Ministers of the V4 responsible for transportation met in Budapest to discuss the coordination and speeding up the necessary preparations of the high-speed railway connections among the V4 and to push a more effective promotion of Ukrainian grain exports The meeting concluded with the signing of a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of automated and connected mobility.
22 June 2022
The V4 High-Speed Railway Working Group that coordinates the cooperation on the development of railway network met on the 22th of June 2022 at the V4 Hungarian Presidency's Headquarters in Budapest, where deputy state secretary Péter Kiss-Parciu handed over the chairmanship of the working group to the Slovakian side.