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Central European nations present plan for stronger EU

WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Four Central European nations have hammered out proposals for the European Union that are intended to strengthen the voice of member nations and avoid divisions, Poland's prime minister said Thursday.

Beata Szydlo spoke following a meeting with her counterparts from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.

The meeting was held days ahead of an EU summit in Brussels and a special March 25 anniversary summit in Rome. A key issue at these meetings will be the futu

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