BRATISLAVA (SITA) -- The date of the meeting between Slovak and Czech foreign affairs ministers has been not agreed thus far. However, both ministries will be in touch regarding this issue. Rudolf Hykl, Czech Foreign Affairs Ministry's spokesperson, told SITA on Tuesday. He responded to Slovak Prime Minister Vladimír Mečiar's statement at the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) rally in Bratislava's Pasienky sport hall that he would not hold talks with the Josef Tošovský's Cabinet by words "Our Ministry registers these statements." Spokesperson of the Slovak Foreign Affairs Ministry Milan Tokar told SITA on January 9 that no meeting of Czech and Slovak foreign affairs ministers is expected in the near future. Simultaneously he refused speculations about freezing of the mutual relations after statements by Prime Minister Mečiar on the Czech political presentation when he added that Minister Kramplová congratulated reinstated Czech Foreign Affairs Minister Jaroslav Šedivý, and that the ministry will keep all the previous contact s with the Czech Republic. The Kramplová-Šedivý meeting, scheduled for December 12, in Slovak Trenčianske Teplice, was canceled. The Czech ministry requested shelving the meeting on December 9. The Czech ministry raised objections to Slovak Prime Minister Vladimír Mečiar's crude jokes about Czech representatives in a protest note. It "resolutely protested against the tone of the Slovak Prime Minister's statements" at a rally for Movement for a Democratic Slovakia sympathizers at Bratislava's Pasienky sport hall. The Slovak ministry responded by a note declaring that the development of good partner relations with the Czech Republic is a unchangeable priority of Slovak foreign policy.