Here's a video to give you an idea:
Péter Magyari's next interview, this time with HE Petri Tuomi-Nikula, Finnish Ambassador to Hungary.
Péter Magyari, journalist and Nordic Bridge member interviewed HE Niclas Trouvé, Swedish Ambassador to Hungary about immigration politics and other topics.
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Gergely Brückner, journalist and Nordic Bridge member writes on the latest USA-Russia summit and analyses why Finland is a preferred meeting point for great powers.
“We have 12 years left to achieve the UN SDG goal of minimizing the food waste by 50 % by 2030. So what we need is major commitment, but commitment is not enough. We need the action that goes with that commitment.”
"Parabere Forum showcases the ways that cities can drive radical change as economic powerhouses shaping the future through urban food movements and integrated food policy."
"The Forum showcased how radical change is possible when aspirations of policy and grassroots food movements are aligned."
"The emergence of a common Nordic food culture has placed the region front and centre on the global gastronomic map. But could a focus on social sustainability renew the food movement and drive the Nordic countries to spearhead a shift towards increased diversity in the food sector?"
You can find the full article on the link below.