Bratislava, 3 June 2022 (TDI): The Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Ivan Korcok acknowledged the Ukrainians at GLOBSEC 2022 as Ukraine was awarded the Trans-Atlantic Award.

Minister Korcok expressed appreciation for the Ukrainians in their fight for freedom and democracy. He highlighted their sacrifice and courage and said that Ukraine belongs with the West and deserves their support.

Additionally, at the GLOBSEC 2022, Korcok shared a panel with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, and Austrian Foreign Minister, Alexander Schallenberg. In addition, Korcock highlighted that their Russia strategy is presently set correctly.


The 17th edition of the Bratislava Forum is taking place in Slovakia. It began on the 2nd of June and will end on the 4th of June. The world leaders will discuss building resilience in a divided world.

Moreover, this year’s 17th edition is seeking to prescribe solutions and encourage decisive action. At the same time developing strategies to address the most pressing crises of the future.

Also, the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum’s aspirations include looking beyond the present state of global affairs. As well as focusing on 3 acute challenges of today namely, sustainability, trust, and change.

GLOBSEC’s Bratislava Forum

GLOBSEC’s Bratislava Forum established itself as the leading platform in the Central European region. It is part of the preeminent global strategic conferences.

Since its establishment, the Forum has offered space for formal and informal discussions to produce breakthrough ideas with regard to the challenges of today.

Therefore, hundreds of the most influential political representatives, business champions, leading global think-tanks and NGO experts, heads of international organizations, thinkers, and innovators gather every year at the GLOBSEC Forum. In order to actively shape the future in an active manner for the present and future generations.

For the past years, guests of honor at GLOBSEC have included Pope Francis, Emmanuel Macron, Zuzana Čaputová, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Kersti Kaljulaid, Jens Stoltenberg, John Allen, Ursula von der Leyen, Harjit Sajjan, Madeleine Albright, Donald Tusk, Joseph Nye, Timothy Garton Ash, Paul Collier, Francis Fukuyama, Brad Smith, and other numerous influential stakeholders.

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