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E. Sylvester Vizi re-elected
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The Hungarian Atlantic Council (HAC) held its general meeting to renew its board, in which unanimous votes were cast to re-elect for an additional term as president, Academician Prof. Dr. E. Sylvester Vizi. The HAC membership also elected the vice-presidents and decided on the chairman of the supervisory committee and its officers.


Pursuant to the statutes of HAC, a general meeting to elect officers is held every third year, and the meeting was held this time in the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In his keynote address, the president of HAC gave an assessment of the period under his leadership, which he considered as essentially successful. He noted that the Hungarian Atlantic Council had a good reputation both with the government, the institutions, as well as the social entities and the citizens. E. Sylvester Vizi highlighted the cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and also spoke about the establishment of outstanding relations with the Ministry of Human Capacities over the last year. He also took note of the cooperation with the missions of NATO allies accredited in Hungary, with emphasis on the active role of the Embassy of the United States of America in the events organized by HAC, and in particular on the good personal relations between HE Ambassador Colleen Bell and the HAC. "The Hungarian Government attaches great significance to the activities of HAC, operating as an NGO, which held several significant conferences and events last year and provided a possibility for promoting the Atlantic ideas and spirit" - stated the president of HAC. Following the reports by the president and the supervisory committee, the officers of the Council were elected, with unanimous votes cast in favour of re-electing the president in his capacity.
The general meeting also elected the vice-presidents of the HAC: Anna Felkai, Ilona Hardy, Rka Szemerknyi, gnes Szentivnyi, Gyrgy Csti, Andr Erd?s, Istvn Szent-Ivnyi and Pter Siklsi have joined the presidium. rpd Kovcs was elected as chairman and Jnos Stadler and Dvid Vogel were elected as members of the Supervisory Committee. After the renewal of the presidium E. Sylvester Vizi thanked the membership for the confidence and went on to confirm: HAC will continue to devote its activities to promoting awareness of Hungary's membership in NATO and the related tasks as well as the dissemination of knowledge about the North Atlantic alliance.



Attila Kovcs



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Dear Friend,

The Danube Institute cordially invites you to a lecture by Clark S. Judge, organized by the Institute and the Faculty of Social Sciences and International Relations, Corvinus University, Budapest. Registration is required.

Please register here: http://danubeinstitute.hu/jelentkezes/index.php?eventid=148.


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Speech by Pter Siklsi, Deputy State Secretary of the Ministry of Defence, vice-president of the Hungarian Atlantic Council at the 18th International Parliamentary NATO Conference Hungarian National Assembly, on 28 November 2014, Budapest


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BREAKING NEWS: Public lecture of Rose Gottemoeller, Deputy Secretary General of NATO in IFAT

 



Dear Madame/Sir,

We have just gotten the news: Rose Gottemoeller, Deputy Secretary General of NATO is going to hold a public lecture at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade as a part of her official visit to Budapest.

Representatives of the press are also welcome, Q&A session is included.

The event starts at 2.30 pm on 22nd March (Wednesday). We are going to provide more details and official invitation as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

Klgyi s Klgazdasgi Intzet
Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade
1016 Budapest, Brc u. 13-15.
Hungary

Web: kki.hu
Telefon/Phone: +36 (1) 279-5700
Fax: +36 (1) 279-5701


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E. Sylvester Vizi re-elected
at the helm of HAC

 



The Hungarian Atlantic Council (HAC) held its general meeting to renew its board, in which unanimous votes were cast to re-elect for an additional term as president, Academician Prof. Dr. E. Sylvester Vizi. The HAC membership also elected the vice-presidents and decided on the chairman of the supervisory committee and its officers.


Pursuant to the statutes of HAC, a general meeting to elect officers is held every third year, and the meeting was held this time in the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. In his keynote address, the president of HAC gave an assessment of the period under his leadership, which he considered as essentially successful. He noted that the Hungarian Atlantic Council had a good reputation both with the government, the institutions, as well as the social entities and the citizens. E. Sylvester Vizi highlighted the cooperation with the Ministry of Defence, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and also spoke about the establishment of outstanding relations with the Ministry of Human Capacities over the last year. He also took note of the cooperation with the missions of NATO allies accredited in Hungary, with emphasis on the active role of the Embassy of the United States of America in the events organized by HAC, and in particular on the good personal relations between HE Ambassador Colleen Bell and the HAC. "The Hungarian Government attaches great significance to the activities of HAC, operating as an NGO, which held several significant conferences and events last year and provided a possibility for promoting the Atlantic ideas and spirit" - stated the president of HAC. Following the reports by the president and the supervisory committee, the officers of the Council were elected, with unanimous votes cast in favour of re-electing the president in his capacity.
The general meeting also elected the vice-presidents of the HAC: Anna Felkai, Ilona Hardy, Rka Szemerknyi, gnes Szentivnyi, Gyrgy Csti, Andr Erds, Istvn Szent-Ivnyi and Pter Siklsi have joined the presidium. rpd Kovcs was elected as chairman and Jnos Stadler and Dvid Vogel were elected as members of the Supervisory Committee. After the renewal of the presidium E. Sylvester Vizi thanked the membership for the confidence and went on to confirm: HAC will continue to devote its activities to promoting awareness of Hungary's membership in NATO and the related tasks as well as the dissemination of knowledge about the North Atlantic alliance.



Attila Kovcs



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Budapest, 5 oktober,2012
Minister of Foreign Affairs Jnos Martonyi, President of ATA and NATO Parliamentary Assembly dr. Karl A. Lamers, and Minister of Defence Csaba Hende, at the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the foundation of the Hungarian Atlantic Council.


E. Sylvester Vizi's speech is available for download in pdf.
Csaba Hende's speech is available for download in pdf.
Jnos Martonyi's speech is available for download in pdf.
Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis's speech is available for download in pdf.
Karl A. Lamers's speech is available for download in pdf.



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A series of conferences on the Hungarian National Military Strategy, organized by the Hungarian Atlantic Council

 

The Hungarian Atlantic Council has organized a series of conferences on the theme of the Hungarian National Military Strategy. The opening event of the series was held in Budapest in the National University of Public Service In Service on March 7, 2013, where, in front of a full house, Csaba Hende, Minister of Defense gave a speech on the importance of the Hungarian National Military Strategy which is instrumental in renewing the Hungarian army. The minister mentioned that the previous document on the National Military Strategy was adopted in 2009, but a lot of changes have taken place in the international environment and within Hungary as well, hence, a new National Military Strategy was needed. The present government of Hungary has a new defense policy which seeks to develop the defense potential of the Hungarian army. The new National Military Strategy aims to create an up-to-date army able to carry out both home and international defense operations with a balanced structure and a well-functioning voluntary reservist system in its background. Minister Hende also mentioned that the renewed Hungarian army has to be capable to fulfill the tasks stenning from our NATO membership as well as from our obligations pertaining to are EU membership and to our regional and global commitmants. The minister added that the Hungarian government will spend 0,1% more from our GDP on home defense from 2016 to 2023. Csaba Hende also said that the members of the Hungarian army have won recognition for their participation in international missions.





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A new policy workshop competition has been launched, co-sponsored by NATO, the US Mission to Germany and the Boell Foundation: "Your Ideas, Your NATO".

This is an opportunity for citizens 35 years and younger from all NATO Member and Partner Countries to share their policy ideas on the important issues that will be debated at the NATO Summit in Chicago. They could win 500 EUR and a trip to Berlin (round-trip airfare and 4 nights' accommodation) to present their ideas at our conference on May 21 and receive feedback from NATO.

Check out the full announcement for more information:

http://www.atlantic-community.org/index/articles/view/Your_Ideas%2C_Your_NATO

The deadline for submissions in the first category is February 23.


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Dear ATA members,

 

I would like to invite you to send me your submissions for the winter edition of the ATA Newsletter that will be published at the beginning of December. If you have any articles, reports and pictures related to your events and activities, please submit them by Monday, 29th November 2010.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Thanks a lot and have a great day!

 

Marin Kukuka

Assistant to the Director
Atlantic Treaty Association
 

 

Dr. Lamers visits Budapest

 

Albright jelents 17MAY10

 

ATA Spring 2010 Newsletter

 

Karl Heinz Kamp - NATO Defense College, Rome:

The Way to NATO's New Strategic Concept

 

Italian Atlantic Committee:

NATO NEW STRATEGIC CONCEPT

ATA Assembley Report

 

 

Magyar Atlanti Tanács