Chmelař: “No se trata de influir, sino de que se nos oiga”

Aleš Chmelař, viceministro de Exteriores checo para la sección europea. Foto: Celia Pérez CELIA PÉREZ CARRASCOSA El Grupo de Visegrado, o V4, se fundó en 1991 de la mano de Václav Havel, presidente de Checoslovaquia (hoy República Checa y Eslovaquia), Józef Antall, primer ministro de Hungría, y Lech Wałęsa, presidente de Polonia. Uno de losSigue leyendo «Chmelař: “No se trata de influir, sino de que se nos oiga”»

Chmelař: “It is not a question of influencing, but of being heard”

Aleš Chmelař, Deputy Minister for Europe at the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Photo: Celia Pérez CELIA PÉREZ CARRASCOSA The Visegrad Group, or V4, was founded in 1991 by Václav Havel, President of Czechoslovakia (today the Czech Republic and Slovakia), Józef Antall, Prime Minister of Hungary, and Lech Wałęsa, President of Poland. One of theSigue leyendo «Chmelař: “It is not a question of influencing, but of being heard”»