Visegrád Group (V4) countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – as well as Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia, have attended a joint meeting called by the Hungarian Public Procurement Authority. The public procurement bodies representing each country have signed a ‘declaration of intent’ committing themselves to share the results of European Union audits concerning the appropriate use of EU funds. Hungarian Public Procurement Authority president said “The idea is to push for a uniform auditing protocol, which can be achieved through joint action of regional cooperation.” The Budapest Business Journal has the full story.

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