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V4 FMs hail ‘mini-Schengen’ of three Balkan countries

The foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group countries have hailed the "mini-Schengen", a border-free travel and business zone, set up by Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia, the Hungarian foreign ministry told MTI on Friday.

The ministers of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia said a close cooperation of those Western Balkan countries would contribute to strengthening and developing central Europe as a region.

They also expressed their continued support for speeding up the European Union’s enlargement process, the ministry said.

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