'In Search Of An EU Role In Syria’s Future', Institute For Foreign Affairs & Trade, 12 November

  • 8 Nov 2018 7:50 AM
'In Search Of An EU Role In Syria’s Future', Institute For Foreign Affairs & Trade, 12 November
The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade is holding a round table discussion on the topic "In search of an EU role in Syria's future".

Speakers:

H.E. Mr Volkmar Wenzel, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany to Hungary

H.E. Mr János Budai, Ambassador (ret.), Coordinator for Syria, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary

Moderated by Mr Máté Szalai, Research FellowInstitute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), Hungary

The event is public but registration is required. Please register until 11 November 2018.

The discussion will be held in English.

Date and time: 12 November, 3 pm

Venue: 
Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
1016 Budapest, Bérc u. 13-15.

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