PICARD: Tea, Earl Grey, hot.
RIKER (on intercom): Captain, you have an alpha priority communication from Starfleet Command.
PICARD: Admiral Janeway. How good to see you again.
JANEWAY (on viewscreen): Jean Luc, ...how'd you like a trip to Romulus?
PICARD: With or without the rest of the fleet?
Of course, they could have met post Voyager.
JANEWAY: I've been looking through the personal log entries of all the Starfleet Captains who encountered the Borg. I've gone over every engagement, from the moment Q flung the Enterprise into the path of that first Cube to the massacre at Wolf Three Five Nine. Every battle, every skirmish. anything that might give me an insight into the mind of the Collective.
JANEWAY: In the words of Jean-Luc Picard. 'In their Collective state, the Borg are utterly without mercy, driven by one will alone: the will to conquer. They are beyond redemption, beyond reason.' And then there's Captain Amasov of the Endeavour. 'It is my opinion that the Borg are as close to pure evil as any race we've ever encountered.' What's so funny?
from Redemption II
O'BRIEN: (at tactical) The Endeavour has cleared the dock, Captain. All ships
The Endeavour was around after Wolf 359, and either Janeway was a really slow reader, or the Borg hung out in Federation Space a lot more than we knew about.