The panel discussion will explore the energy cooperation between Hungary and South Korea and its potential in the context of today's geopolitical and environmental challenges.

The invited speakers and experts will jointly explore whether South Korea, as an "energy superpower", and Hungary, as a Central European country with a continuously developing economy and open to connectivity, have the potential to build and deepen energy cooperation in this constantly changing and unstable geopolitical environment.

At the end of our event, we will host a cold food reception for our participants.

The event will be in English, without interpretation.

Participants of the panel discussion:

  • His Excellency Kyudok Hong, Ambassador of Republic of Korea to Hungary
  • Calum T. M. Nicholson, Director, Climate Policy Institute, MCC
  • András Kocsis, Head of Department, Ministry of Energy

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