The project focuses on three areas that are among the most serious challenges for the security of modern Europe:
- Organized disinformation activities undertaken by external entities
- Migration crisis
Their various aspects affect individual European countries and the European Union as a whole. The V4 states located on the eastern flank of the EU and NATO have a unique perspective and competence in this regard. Therefore, we consider it essential to establish a permanent platform for cooperation between partners, which will translate not only to the exchange of information at the expert level, but also improve dialogue between V4 members – will allow for better understanding, improve communication and, as a result, will enable common solutions for effective bilateral cooperation, regional and pan-European as part of the CSDP and strengthening Europe’s security. The fourth key issue of the project is the analysis and recommendation of joint activities undertaken by V4 countries in listed before areas.
Project is supported by the International Visegrad Fund
The cooperation of the Visegrad countries in the field of security in the European arena was the main topic raised during the international conference at the University of Warsaw. The report is based on the analyzes presented during the thematic panels.
On September 10, 2018, Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the International Visegrad Fund and think tanks from Central and Eastern Europe organized an international conference.
Warsaw Institute in cooperation with the International Visegrad Fund and think-tanks from Central and Eastern Europe invites for the international conference: The Visegrad Group Contribution to European Security – Common Challenges and Goals.