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Presentation of the book about the V4 countries, Ukraine and Russia in Warsaw

On the 11th of March 2016, the presentation of the book Diverging Voices, Converging Policies: The Visegrad States’ Reactions to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict was held in Warsaw at the Institute of Public Affairs (ISP). The event was organised in cooperation with the Warsaw office of Heinrich Boell Foundation (Germany). The discussion was opened by Malgorzata Kopka, director of the Warsaw office of the Foundation.

The book and its main conclusions were presented by the co-editors and the co-authors - Jacek Kucharczyk and Grigorij Mesežnikov. The discussion was moderated by the journalist Agnieszka Lichnerowicz (Radio To FM).

In their presentations, Jacek Kucharczyk and Grigorij Mesežnikov have touched upon the various aspects of the overall cooperation obetween V4 countries, the shaping of views of the political actors in Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. They discussed historical, political, ideological, cultural and economic factors influencing the relations of each country in the V4 with Ukraine and Russia.  

Conference program

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