Good Neighbourliness: International Conference on the Political Relations between the Visegrád Countries and Ukraine

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14 - 15/07/2017
00:00:00 - 00:00:00
Európa Pont, Budapest, Hungary Európa Pont, Budapest, Hungary
Good Neighbourliness: International Conference on the Political Relations between the Visegrád Countries and Ukraine
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The purpose of this event is to review the current relationship between the Visegrád countries and Ukraine. The conference will investigate the differences between the Polish, the Hungarian, the Slovakian and the Czech foreign policy, the attitudes of these countries toward Ukraine, and the respective governments’ interest beyond their politics.

The half-day conference will feature two sections. After the opening statements of Tamás Boros, Co-director of Policy Solutions and Vassilis Ntousas, FEPS International Relations Policy AdvisorDaniel Bartha (CEID) will present a new study on the V4-Ukrainian relations since 2014. Then, in a roundtable discussion ambassadors of Visegrád countries and Ukraine to Hungary will talk about the V4-Ukraine relations

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