Five Central European States Sign Salzburg Declaration for Co-operation on Security Issues

Salzburg, 27 July - The final day of a traditional meeting of interior ministers from Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia was marked by the signing of the Salzburg declaration. The document will form the basis for the formation of further bilateral co-operation in the fields of the police, border patrols, illegal migrations, asylum and an exchange of experiences.

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