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The IFAT and HQ MNC NE signed an agreement on cooperation within Civil-Military Cooperation

A delegation of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) participated in the Civil-Military Interaction seminar organized by NATO Multinational Corps North-East and facilitated by NATO Integration Force Unit (NFIU) Hungary. Director Marton Schőberl (IFAT) and Major General Krzysztof Król (Deputy General, Headquarters, Multinational Corps Northeast) signed an agreement on cooperation within Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC).


A delegation of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) participated in the Civil-Military Interaction seminar organized by NATO Multinational Corps North-East and facilitated by NATO Integration Force Unit (NFIU) Hungary. Director Marton Schőberl (IFAT) and Major General Krzysztof Król (Deputy General, Headquarters, Multinational Corps Northeast) signed an agreement on cooperation within Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC).

The event took place in Budapest on the 20th of March 2018. Márton Ugrósdy, the Deputy Director for Strategy of IFAT assessed recent changes in Hungarian foreign policy, highlighting the role of trade as a main driving force. János T. Barabás, senior analyst, explained the Central European countries’ vulnerabilities to cyber-attacks and information warfare (IW) targeting critical infrastructure and the media. Diána Szőke, senior analyst summarized the main goals of Hungary’s energy policy in a Central European context, pointing out the three major strategic dilemmas facing Hungary.