Visegrad retains its importance
We still need the Visegrad Four, as these countries will play an important role in the debate about the future of Europe.
We still need the Visegrad Four, as these countries will play an important role in the debate about the future of Europe - this is the most important message of the annual Think Visegrad Central European Expert Forum, which was attended by Amb. Márton Schőberl, Director of IFAT and Márton Ugrósdy, deputy director for strategy. Both the governmental and think-tank representatives agreed that Central Europe is united by its unique historical heritage, and we are ont he same page when it comes to the future of Europe too. Reinforcing our common identity is one of the most important challanges for the near future, and the think tanks participating in the Think Visegrad network shall play a decisive role in this.