That's according to Radio Prague International, Ukrinform reports.
Among the topics to be discussed are Russia's aggression against Ukraine, and the Visegrad Group's role in relation to the European Union, the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Tuesday.
According to the report, the session follows up on a meeting of Visegrad Group prime ministers that took place two weeks ago at which the heads of government agreed on a joint approach in regards to helping Ukraine.
The Visegrad Group is composed of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, with Slovakia currently holding the year-long presidency.
The prime ministers of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary met on November 24 in Kosice, Slovakia.