Hungary’s presidency of the Visegrád Group will feature several cultural events, programmes and campaigns, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) said on Friday.
Hungary officially took over the V4 presidency for twelve months on July 1 with the formal opening event of the presidency taking place in Budapest’s Várkert Bazár on July 10.
The schedule on Saturday includes children’s programmes beginning at 10am to be followed by
folk dance performances, a BMX competition and meeting with the winner of 2020 Tour de Hongrie, and a pop concert,
MTÜ told MTI in a statement.
Hungary, holding the V4 rotating presidency for the sixth time, has set the goal to successfully relaunch Central Europe, and the whole of the EU, in the economic, social and diplomatic sectors. The presidency also aims to intensify cooperation and partnership among the four member states.