Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka says Czech and Austrian ministers should hold regular meetings, following the model of joint sessions that the Czech cabinet hold with their Slovak counterparts. Mr. Sobotka made the comment in Vienna on Tuesday after talks with the Austrian president Heinz Fischer. The two men discussed deepening cooperation between the Visegrad Four and Austria and the crisis in Ukraine. The Czech leader said his country could take inspiration from Austria’s public transport and active approach to combating unemployment.
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