15 October 1997 LAUNCHING WHAT THEY CLAIMED would be a new era of cooperation, the prime ministers of Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic met in Krakow on 22 August. Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz, Gyula Horn, and Vaclav Klaus promised to coordinate their countries’ integration into NATO and the European Union and vowed not to become rivals […]

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