Brazil’s Perception of the Visegrad Group: Not a Strategic but a Prospective Partnership

Carolina Salgado, Marek Wasinski
Content Type
Policy Brief
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
The Visegrad Group is still a new label among policy makers as well as public and private investors, scholars and media in Brazil. However, since their accession to the EU in 2004, and the financial crisis that started in 2008, the four Central European countries in this group have started to look beyond Europe in order to formulate their economic and political agenda, aiming to boost partnerships, for example among the biggest South American countries such as Brazil. V4 and Brazil should build momentum to deepen cooperation in the most promising prospective areas such as trade, military, tourism and education.
Economics, International Trade and Finance, Politics, Financial Crisis
Political Geography