The four countries of the bloc - Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia - have never developed a common foreign policy in the 31 years of the existence of the bloc, which emerged in 1991 to help facilitate the region's accession to NATO and the EU. Instead, especially at the EU level, they have tried to coordinate their positions on various EU-related matters.
EU countries have reached agreements on proposed laws to combat climate change on Wednesday night. They backed the phasing out of new fossil fuel-powered cars by 2035 and the creation of a multi-billion-euro fund to protect poorer citizens from spending on products that produce carbon dioxide, Reuters reported.
During the visit from June 29 to July 1, Lajk will meet with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian Parliament Speaker Ivica Dacic, as well as parliamentary opposition leaders and representatives of the international community in Serbia, the statement said.
Lajk is in Kosovo and Metohija today, where he arrived yesterday.