Internal Market among V4 Countries
Publisher: Association for International Affairs, Czech Republic
The preservation of access to the EU’s internal market, its smooth functioning and further intensification of internal market integration are in the natural and vital interest of the Visegrad 4 countries, according to this Association for International Affair report.
“Like Benelux in the 1950s, the V4 countries have strong motivation to be proponents of a fully functioning internal market and should be channelling particular effort in this direction, according to report author Kryštof Kruliš. “The proper functioning of the internal market is guaranteed by provisions of EU law obliging member states to ensure free movement of persons, goods, services and capital.”
The report was released as part of an AMO project, “Smooth Functioning of the Internal Market between V4 Countries.”
The project, supported by the International Visegrad Fund, is developing a set of recommendations on joint strategies aimed at safeguarding of proper functioning of the Internal Market with goods and services between the V4 countries, and to draw attention of the relevant actors to the prevention and to the positive way of solving problems with quality of goods and services provided between the V4 countries.