KKI presents roundtable discussion on Brexit

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The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI), in cooperation with the State Secretariat for European Union Affairs of the Prime Minister’s Office, is organizing a roundtable discussion entitled “Stronger Together: Brexit – A Form of New Cooperation or Nasty Divorce?” , according to the instituteʼs official website.

The discussion features Dr. Stefaan De Rynck, a senior advisor to Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator for Brexit; Dr. Hartmut Mayer, director of the European Studies Center, St. Antony’s College (Oxford); Dr. Charles Enoch, director of the Political Economy of Financial Markets program, St. Antony’s College (Oxford); and Szabolcs Takács, State Secretary for European Union Affairs, Prime Minister’s Office.

The event will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 15, at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Bérc utca 13-15, 1016 Budapest. It is public, but prior registration is required at the kki.hu website. The discussion will be held in English.

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