V4 planning to build high-speed railway
The Ministers of Transport of the Visegrád Group signed a declaration in Štrbské pleso, Slovakia to build a high-speed railway network connecting the member states.
High-speed rail to link Visegrad region
The route will make it possible to travel from Budapest to Bratislava and Brno to Warsaw at a speed of up to 250 km per hour.
The Visegrad Group has been cooperating since the Middle Ages
In 1335, three Central European kings met in the Hungarian medieval royal palace Visegrad and signed a co-operation agreement. It was an anti-Habsburg alliance.
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