On 4 October 2018, the Board of the Századvég Foundation reached several conclusions in connection with the future operation of the institution.
We are pleased to inform you that Századvég Foundation has become the Institutional Patron of the 4th European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC The Quest for Cyber Trust.
The Századvég Summer School, co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund, was organized in cooperation with the Századvég Foundation’s V4 partners between 8 and 14 July 2018.
The appearance of a “strong Visegrád voice” in the debate on Europe’s future is also in the interests of the EU” – says the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó on Monday in Budapest.
"Europe: which way?" was released by The Spectator's British Conservative Weekly, which shows the 2018 results of the Project 28 survey of the Századvég Foundation.
“Traditional European values and Christianity are being preserved in Central and Eastern Europe, where the political elite continue to pay attention to what the people think and act accordingly,” reported Zsolt Barthel-Rúzsa, the Chairman of the Századvég Foundation at an event held in Budapest on Thursday.
The Government has adopted a 12-point proposal on the United Nations migration package, which it will be submitting to the President of the UN General Assembly, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó announced on Thursday in Budapest.
On the afternoon of 21 February 2018, Václav Klaus and Jiří Weigl presented their book Europe All Inclusive: a Brief Guide to Understanding the Current Migration Crisis at an event organized by the Századvég Foundation. At the event, the former Czech President Václav Klaus emphasized his support for the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s courageous position – unique in Europe – on the migration crisis.
In their meeting on the morning of 22 February 2018 in the Hungarian Parliament, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and former President of the Czechia Václav Klaus were in agreement on the nature of the migration crisis afflicting Europe and the possibilities to manage it, the Prime Minister’s Director of Communications Bertalan Havasi informed MTI.
In cooperation with the Israel Public Diplomacy Forum, Századvég also held a workshop on 15 November entitled “The increasing significance of the V4-Israel alliance”, including a panel discussion featuring IPD Forum Chairman Professor Eytan Gilboa and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly.
On 6-7 November, Századvég co-organized the annual conference and workshop of the 16+1 High-Level Academic Platform, initiated by the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau of China as an international research network to reinforce cooperation between scientific and academic institutions from China and Central and Eastern European countries.
At the end of October a delegation from the Századvég Foundation, consisting of Chairman Zsolt Barthel-Rúzsa, Director for Foreign Affairs Dávid Szabó and Deputy Director for Foreign Affairs Gergely Berzi, embarked on a week-long trip to Washington, D.C. to meet with US politicians, their senior Congressional staff, and members of the DC think tank community.
On 11 October, Századvég hosted a Canadian parliamentary delegation led by Harold Albrecht, Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party of Canada.
This month’s national elections in Germany are unlikely to produce a surprise upset, but that doesn’t mean we should regard politics in Europe as business as usual. Across the Atlantic, it’s becoming clear the movements that led to Brexit and the election of President Donald Trump are not one-offs.
We are pleased to inform you that Századvég Foundation has become the Institutional Patron of the 3. European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC 2017.