3rd Poland-Hungary Forum: “Together in the face of European challenges”. October 22, 2021. Online event.

“Poles are the same as Hungarians, but the ultimate once,” said the outstanding Hungarian writer, György Spiró, during the first part of this year’s Poland -Hungary Forum. Many common elements of the culture and identity of these two countries cannot be undermined. We must use the great tradition of Polish-Hungarian friendship in a modern way so that it brings tangible economic, social and political benefits to both nations and Europe. From the Middle Ages to the present day, Poland and Hungary have maintained good relations. Great acts of solidarity and shared values are the strong foundations of these relationships. Ways to use these friendly relations will be discussed by the participants of the 3rd Poland-Hungary Forum.

The organizer of the Forum, Institute for Eastern Studies, cordially invites you to participate in the Forum. The partner to this year’s edition is the Wacław Felczak Institute of Polish-Hungarian Cooperation. The third edition of the Poland-Hungary Forum is going to be devoted to strengthening relations between the two countries at the local, regional and national levels. Participants will talk about joint activities in the field of economy, foreign policy, activities in EU structures, culture, regional cooperation and social policy, and will also share forecasts for the future and good practices in the fight against the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This year’s edition will be devoted to the anniversary of the event, which very well illustrates the indissolubility of Polish-Hungarian relations. In 1956, the fates of Poland and Hungary became closely intertwined again. The participants of the third edition of the Forum will talk about the great importance of the events and acts of solidarity between the two countries that took place during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956.

The languages of the event will be Polish and Hungarian.

If you are interested in participating in the event, please register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZJHkybK4R6uHOYKyjSISjA

The public task is co-financed by the Wacław Felczak Institute of Polish-Hungarian Cooperation. The publication expresses the views of the authors only and cannot be equated with the official position of the Wacław Felczak Institute of Polish-Hungarian Cooperation.