EVENT Budapest: What are Hungary’s priorities in the next EU Agenda?

Visegrad Insight public event in Budapest on 20 November 2023

14 November 2023

Edit Inotai (Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy), Márta Pardavi (Hungarian Helsinki Committee) and Wojciech Przybylski (Visegrad Insight) discussed what Hungary’s priorities will be in the next EU Agenda.

20 November 2023 at 4 PM
Hotel Oktogon Haggenmacher, Budapest, Andrássy út 52, 1062 Hungary

A foresight-driven debate in Central Europe to shape the future direction of EU policy development while protecting European values and freedoms.

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The main questions of the Budapest public discussion were which points of the Granada declaration will be prioritised by Hungary and why? How will this influence the priorities for the Hungarian EU presidency? How will PM Orbán shape these to achieve the most from the EU presidency?

Below find the photostory from the event:


The event is part of the Foresight on EU Values and Democratic Security project co-funded by the EU, including closed-door and open-table meetings in five Central Europe countries, starting from Brussels and the “How European Democracies Are to Survive a New Trump Age” policy report.

The report identifies four scenarios that develop along potential transatlantic unity and the future of the EU perspective on the war in Ukraine. The fallout of each scenario on the EU’s democratic security agenda is significant. All registered participants will receive the report via email.

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