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PRAGUE, November 16. /TASS/. Governments of Slovakia and Ukraine may hold the first joint session in December 2014, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Sunday after talks with Slovak President Andrej Kiska in Bratislava.
“The key subject at this meeting will be the use of European legal norms in Ukrainian laws,” Poroshenko said.
The Ukrainian leader invited his Slovak counterpart to visit his country. The invitation was accepted.
The first mention of a possible joint meeting of the two countries’ governments was made by Poroshenko on Saturday, when he met with Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico. The latter said that first Ukraine should form a coalition government.
Poroshenko arrived in the Slovak capital city Bratislava to attend a summit of the heads of state of the Visegrad Group (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic), where he had been invited as a guest. On Saturday, Poroshenko had talks with Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico. On Sunday, he met with Slovak President Andrej Kiska.