Marko Salíni, Secretary, European Affairs Section, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Marko Salíni is Secretary of the European Affairs Section at Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic. In previous years he worked at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Paris, V4 State Department and Department of the Diplomatic Academy. He graduated from the Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica. In his research he focuses on the Central European geopolitics, with an emphasis on the Visegrad cooperation.
András Máté Lázár, National Visegrad Coordinator of Hungary, Department for Visegrad Cooperation and Central Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary
András M. Lázár is Hungary’s National Visegrad Coordinator & head of unit for regional cooperation at the Department for Visegrad Cooperation and Central Europe, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Previously he was chief of cabinet of the ministerial commissioner responsible for Hungary’s 2017/18 Presidency of the Visegrad Group. He is also co-president of the Young Diplomats’ Club of Budapest. He graduated at the Corvinus University of Budapest as International Relations’ Expert. Mr. Lázár was a guest lecturer at the Mathias Corvinus Collegium, Budapest. He participated in conferences and panel discussions dealing with the V4, and also published on the topic. His other areas of interest include American and British politics.