72 hours in Budapest / AVC

Mr Martin Spacek

My three-day stay in Budapest was a great experience for me. I met a lot of interesting people with whom we could exchange our ideas and opinions. During the conference, I learned a lot of interesting and useful information about the situation in other Central European countries, I have established new friendships and contacts. I am sure that the project meets its Visegrad mission and I am very glad that I could be a part of it. I look forward to future cooperation.

Mr. Martin Spacek - Czech Republic / AVC Presentation

 Our Future Plans with IVF: Project „Leadership“

We would like to find out how are politicians rooted in the civil society and what impact it has on re-election of politicians and on development of the region/municipality (is there any relationship between activity of CSOs, political representation and local development?)

Ms. Hana Semanic - Hungary / AVC Presentation

 Recommendations

  • with the exception of political level, cooperation between V4 and WB has not been regular nor dynamic. That should change.
  • coordination of official development assistance and its targeting still remains a challenge,
  • more emphasis should be put on the creation of the Western Balkan Fund,
  • sectoral cooperation should be intensified (especially in the area of energy, justice, internal affairs),

Ms. Fruzsina Hossó, Ms. Mónika Horváth - Hungary / AVC Presentation

 „Although the world knew Havel and Walesa better than Antall, the latter was the most successful leader of the new democracies. That’s why Hungary attracted the bulk of foreign investments and earned the sympathy of President Bush and other world leaders.”

US Senator Christopher Dodd

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