published: 21.02.2013, 18:42 | updated: 21.02.2013 18:48:59
Prague - The Czech Republic and Slovakia want to further develop their nuclear power industry, the Czech and Slovak foreign ministers Karel Schwarzenberg and Miroslav Lajcak, respectively, confirmed after their talks today.
Schwarzenberg and Lajcak spoke of the negotiations their countries hold on the international level concerning nuclear power stations.
They also spoke of the construction of two high-speed roads from the joint border to the Slovak towns Puchov and Svrcinovec.
The ministers also confirmed the plan to establish a joint Czech-Slovak rail freight transport company and they discussed economic cooperation between the two countries.
A conference on 20 years of independent Czech and Slovak diplomacy was organised at the Foreign Ministry in Prague today.
Lajcak and Schwarzenberg agreed that there have been no problems in the diplomatic relations between the Czech Republic and Slovakia since 1993 when Czechoslovakia split.
They said another joint meeting of the Czech and Slovak governments would take place in the autumn.
First such meeting was held in Uherske Hradiste, south Moravia, and Trencin, west Slovakia, in October 2012.
Schwarzenberg plans to visit Bratislava in April.
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