V4 heads of government to celebrate 20th anniversary of NATO accession in Warsaw
09. 03. 2019.
On Sunday Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Defence Minister Tibor Benkő will travel to Poland where they will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Visegrád countries’ NATO accession together with their Czech, Slovak and Polish counterparts.

At the ceremony to be held on Sunday morning at the Armoured Brigade in Wesola near Warsaw, the prime ministers of Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Hungary will deliver speeches and will later view the military demonstration of the allied forces. The programme will end with a discussion with NATO military personnel and a lunch also attended by the defence ministers.

Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on 12 March 1999, while Slovakia in 2004.