Posts tagged with ‘Hungary’

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    Dr. László Vasa’s lecture in Beijing and visit to Shanghai

    Dr. László Vasa, chief advisor and senior researcher of the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade attended different events in Beijing and Shanghai on the margins of the book launch of the volume published for the 70th anniversary of the China-Hungary diplomatic relations.

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    Hungary and China: 70 years of diplomatic relations in a changing World

    After the book launch event on December 12 in Budapest, on December 18 the delegation of IFAT has presented the volume titled “Hungary and China: 70 years of diplomatic relations in a changing World” in Beijing as well, which was compiled to commemorate the 70th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Hungary and the PRC.

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    70 years of diplomatic relations between Hungary and China – book launch

    Hungary was one of the first countries that recognised the People’s Republic of China on 3 October 1949, and three days later, on 6 October, the two countries established diplomatic relations. The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) and the China-CEE Institute have jointly prepared a book for the anniversary that is published in Hungarian, in English and in Chinese. IFAT hosted the launch of the Hungarian edition on 12 December 2019 during which two of the authors, Mr. Gábor Péter Boros and Mr. Armin Vincentius Fábian presented the conclusions of their research.

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    IFAT attends China and Central and Eastern Europe Think Tanks meeting in Beijing

    A meeting with the aim of to allow dialogue and exchange of views between think tanks in China and Central and Eastern Europe was held for the third time. The previous conference was held in Budapest, and was organized by the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT). The first meeting was held in Poland (Warsaw) in 2016.

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    Historical experience and the reunification of Europe

    In cooperation with the Otto von Habsburg Foundation, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) hosted a conference covering discussions on the historical experience and the reunification of Europe on 3 December 2019.

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    Regional economic cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe

    The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) held a conference entitled ‘Regional economic cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe’ on 25 November 2019. The event also gave the opportunity to Georgios Mitrakos, Director General of the International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS) and Márton Ugrósdy, Director of IFAT, to sign the Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation between their respective institutions.

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    Hungarian experience in EU integration

    In cooperation with the Hungarian Embassy in Pristina, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organized its penultimate conference within the framework of the Hungarian Cultural Season 2018-2019 in Pristina on 20th November 2019. The event, entitled ‘Hungarian experience in EU integration’ aimed to share the lessons learned and good practices from Hungary’s EU accession, mainly from an economic and agricultural perspective. The conference brought together experts from local ministries and EU institutions.

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    Estonian Foreign Minister visits IFAT

    Urmas Reinsalu Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia held a lecture at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) titled „30 years after Hungarian Rendszervaltas and Baltic Way: Why we need a strong Transatlantic bond?” on 18 November. Following IFAT’s director Márton Ugrósdy’s welcome speech, the Foreign Minister praised the achievements of the past 30 years and emphasized the importance of the strong transatlantic relations.

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    The 2nd Saudi-Hungarian workshop took place in Riyadh

    The Prince Saud Al Feisal Institute for Diplomatic Studies and the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade organised the second Saudi-Hungarian Forum on the 28th of October, 2019 in Riyadh.