Rastislav Kácer is known for his anti-Hungarian views and for his undiplomatic gaffes.Continue reading
The “waves” within the V4 cooperation seem to be disappearing, Zsolt Németh, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly, said in Bratislava on Monday after a meeting of the foreign affairs committees of the parliaments of the Visegrád countries, MTI reports.
Zsolt Németh stressed that V4 cooperation has been “sounded the death knell” many times, but it has always been resurrected, and that now “Visegrad cooperation is doing well.”
He expressed his concern about Slovak Foreign Minister Rastislav Kácer, who in recent weeks accused Hungary of making territorial claims in Slovakia and had some outbursts using a very non-diplomatic language.
The Hungarian side has rejected the allegation, Németh stated.
I know Mr. Kácer well, as he was ambassador in Budapest and I met him several times. I must say that I am extremely concerned about his mental health. And I would advise him to see a psychiatrist very urgently,”
the Hungarian-language Slovak newspaper Új Szó quoted Zsolt Németh as saying.
Featured photo via Facebook/Németh Zsolt