Polish-Hungarian economic coop discussion being held online

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The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, in cooperation with the Wacław Felczak Foundation, is hosting the online discussion "Polish-Hungarian Economic Cooperation: Good Practices and Perspectives."

The discussion is part of the Felczak Workshop series and the Hungarian-Polish Knowledge Base Program.

Speakers include Zsolt Becsey, a senior research fellow at the Károli Reformist University, Nikolett Garai, research fellow and V4 expert at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Marcin Karaskiewicz, head of Budapest Office at the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, and Anna Wisniewski, the general director of the Polish-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held in English on May 27. Interested parties should fill in the registration form by May 26.

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