Premieres of Hungary and the Czech Republic called for the establishment of common EU army during the consultations of prime ministers of the Visegrad countries with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Warsaw. It is reported by "Polish Radio".
The corresponding statements were made by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka.
It is noted that before the meeting Orban presented the Hungarian proposal of changes in the European Union. He said that a strict fiscal policy should be maintained, which is based on economic growth. He also expressed the view that the cases related to security, should be a priority.
"So let's start the creation of a common European army", - called on the Hungarian prime minister.