V4 Roadshow comes to Corvinus University

Initiatives

The Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI), in cooperation with the International Diplomatic Student Association, are hosting the first event of the V4 Roadshow on May 8 entitled “The Future of the Visegrád Cooperation.”  

The panel features Andrzej Sadecki, Research Fellow at the Central European Department of OSW; Tomáš Strážay, Senior Research Fellow at the Slovak Foreign Policy Association; Nikolett Garai, Research Fellow at KKI; and Vit Havelka, Research Fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. The discussion will be moderated by Borbála Bretus, vice president of the International Diplomatic Student Association.

The event will be held at Corvinus University of Budapest (1093 Budapest, Közraktár utca 4) at 7.10 p.m., and will be in English. It is open to the public but registration is required by the end of today (May 7) at this hyperlink.

In line with the aims of the Hungarian V4 Presidency (July 2017 to June 2018), the V4 Roadshow aims to strengthen social awareness of the V4 Group among the Hungarian public. The roadshow features round table discussions followed by a Q&A session in multiple Hungarian universities across the country. 

The second roadshow will be held on May 9 at 1.30 p.m. at Széchenyi István University in Győr, the third at the University of Pécs on May 10, and the fourth at the University of Debrecen on May 11.  

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