According to this source (original in Romanian, could not find a better one, yet), Visegrád Group members asked Donald Tusk to not exclude their countries from EU discussions about its future (translated into English from the reference):
The prime ministers of the Visegrad Group, the Hungarian Viktor Orban, the Polish Beata Szydlo, the Slovakian Robert Fico and the Czech Bohuslav Sobotka asked Donald Tusk to "guarantee the free, equal and full participation" of all EU Member States in the debate on the future of the EU, said Polish Deputy Foreign Minister in charge of European affairs, Konrad Szymanski.
Question: Why did they ask for such warranties? Aren't all major decision within EU made with participation of all member countries? Is there any precedent of a major decision being made without consulting all the EU members?