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The Visegrad Group Facing New Challenges

Időpont: 2018. június 4., hétfő 10:00 - 14:00 Helyszín: Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade - 1016 Budapest, Bérc utca 13-15., Magyarország Térkép

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in cooperation with the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students [DOSz] are delighted to invite you to the conference ’The Visegrad Group Facing New Challenges’ on the occasion of the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group 2017-2018.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

in cooperation with

the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and

the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students [DOSz]

are delighted to invite you

to the conference

 

’The Visegrad Group Facing New Challenges’

on the occasion of

the Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group 2017-2018.

 

PhD students from Hungary and from all over Europe will present their papers about the role of the Visegrad Group in several areas.

 

The conference takes place on: 4th June 2018 (Monday) at 10:00 a.m.

Venue: Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade

1016 Budapest, Bérc utca 13-15.

 

The conference will be held in English.

The event is public but registration is required.

Please register until 31st May 2018

 

Please note that any audiovisual recording of the event can only be made upon the prior express, written approval of the organizers.

 

10:00-10:15: The Hungarian Presidency of the Visegrad Group

  • Opening remarks by. Márton Ugrósdy, Deputy Director of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary

 

10:15-11:15 Papers of the First Session

  • Brigitta Pulay, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Sciences, Earth Sciences – Geopolitics, University of Pécs:   Implementation of the sustainable development goals – lessons learned and experience transfer from the V4
  • Boaz Oyoo Were, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Szeged: Cooperation of the Visegrad 4 Group towards industrial innovation and economic growth
  • Evgeniy Korenev, Ph.D. student, Saratov State University: The Visegrad Four in the system of the Euro-Atlantic and the Central-European security in the 21st century
  • Vladislav Strnad: “Rotten Apples” of the EU? Visegrad’s uphill battle about Europe’s future

 

11:15-12:00 Coffee break

 

12:00-13:00 Papers of the Second Session

  • Katalin Bihari, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Sciences, Earth Sciences – Geopolitics, University of Pécs: The future of the 16+1: Cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European Countries with special emphasis on the geopolitical and geo-economic interests of the Visegrad Four Countries
  • Baya Amouri, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, University of Szeged: The interaction between the EU and V4 countries on the European Refugee Crisis
  • Gergő Kocsis, Deputy to the Permanent Representative Permanent Representation of Hungary to the Council of Europe: Election observation in countries of the Visegrad Cooperation
  • Sőreg Krisztina, Ph.D. Candidate, National University of Public Service: Economic Growth of Hungary in Light of the Visegrad Group’s Development Path

 

13:00-13:30: Discussion