13th International Symposium LIVE

Cooperation Between the Visegrad Countries and Brazil, China, India and South Africa

We cordially invite you to a roundtable on the future of the cooperation between the Visegrad countries and Brazil, China, India and South Africa. This public roundtable will gather together the representatives of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Brazil, China, India and South Africa, the representatives of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the co-authors of the report V4 Goes Global: Exploring Opportunities and Obstacles in the Visegrad Countries' Cooperation with Brazil, India, China and South Africa.

5. 5. 2016 (16:00)

Tento obsah není aktuální Institute of International Relations, Nerudova 3, Prague

Following the official launch of the report in Warsaw, the Prague roundtable will present the recommendations of this report and discuss their attractions and possible pitfalls from the perspectives of the host and partner countries. We hope that you will share your ideas and experience with us and it will contribute to the strengthened cooperation between Central Europe and the powers of the Global South in the areas of politics, economy and people-to-people relations.

Among the participants will be:

  • Blanka Fajkusová, Deputy Director, Deputy Director of the Administrative and Information Processing Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
  • Rudolf Fürst, Institute of International Relations, Prague
  • Helder Gonzales, Second Secretary, Brazilian Embassy
  • Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň, Head of Research Department, Institute of International Relations, Prague
  • Jan Hornát, associate researcher, Institute of International Relations, Prague
  • Ivan Jančárek, Junior Deputy Minister, Section of Non-European Countries, Economic and Development Cooperation, MFA of the Czech Republic
  • Chen Jianjun, Political Counsellor, Chinese Embassy
  • Tomáš Kafka, Director of the Central European Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
  • Marek Libřický, Director of the Asia and Pacific Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
  • Jaroslav Náhlik, First Secretary, Political Affairs, Slovak Embassy
  • Jan Němec, University of Economics, Prague
  • Kamal Parvez, First Secretary, Political and Consular Affairs, Indian Embassy
  • Dávid Ferenc Szesztai, First Counsellor and Deputy Head of Mission, Hungarian Embassy
  • Maciej Zwirski, Second Secretary, Political Affairs, Polish Embassy

You can read the report here.

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