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Globsec

Kempinski Hotel River Park was a dignified host to top diplomats who participated in the 8th GLOBSEC conference – the leading foreign policy and security conference in Central Europe from 18 to 20 April.

During the three days from April 18 to 20 more than 650 guests were being taken care of by 180 employees of the hotel. "Since our staff is trained to handle this kind of conferences, all guests were fully satisfied with the service provided by Kempinski Hotel River Park," commented the past few days, from the staff’s perspective, the director of Kempinski Hotel River Park Mr Gerald Haberhauer. "It was a great honour for us to host such a prestigious conference contributing to making Bratislava and Slovakia more visible. We are pleased that the organizers chose, for the third consecutive year, the Kempinski Hotel River Park and that the luxurious and representative premises of our hotel were able to provide the highest level of convenience to all participants,“ said Gerald Haberhauer, adding that no guest was staying at the presidential suite, because the suite was reserved for the highest-level talks. 

 
One of the most prominent guests of the GLOBSEC conference was the Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. Another very important guest was the adviser to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski. For the first time in the eight-year history of GLOBSEC the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Radoslaw Sikorski joined his V4 colleagues from the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák, Czech Republic, Karel Schwarzenberg and Hungary János Martonyi. The largest conference in Bratislava was attended by six  Ministers of Defence and six  Ministers of Foreign Affairs, as well as two prime ministers – Robert Fico, the Prime Minister of Slovak Republic and Milo Đukanović, the Prime Minister of Montenegro.
 
The GLOBSEC team also declared that GLOBSEC 2013 has again been a success and that it remains one of the top foreign policy and security events of its kind in the transatlantic area. During the three-day event, more than 110 discussants engaged in substantive and fruitful discussions on foreign policy and security issues – with the participation of more than 1000 registered guests from 62 countries. In addition to that, with more than 150 political- and expert side meetings and events, the Forum considerably increased its policy-shaping and networking value.
 
Bratislava Security Forum (GLOBSEC) with more than 650 distinguished guests from more than 60 countries around the world is one of the five most important conferences of its kind in Europe and North America. Many influential participants compare it to prestigious forums in Brussels and Munich. Central European GLOBSEC complements the strategic debate shaping the transatlantic and European foreign policy, security and economic agenda.
 
Kempinski Hotel River Park and Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras are part of the portfolio of Best Hotel Properties a.s. In addition to the above hotels the company's portfolio includes Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bratislava, Kadashevskaya Hotel and Baltschug Kempinski Hotel in Moscow, as well as Buddha-Bar Restaurant in Prague. Shares of Best Hotel Properties a.s. are quoted on Bratislava Stock Exchange.
 

During the three days from April 18 to 20 more than 650 guests were being taken care of by 180 employees of the hotel. "Since our staff is trained to handle this kind of conferences, all guests were fully satisfied with the service provided by Kempinski Hotel River Park," commented the past few days, from the staff’s perspective, the director of Kempinski Hotel River Park Mr Gerald Haberhauer. "It was a great honour for us to host such a prestigious conference contributing to making Bratislava and Slovakia more visible. We are pleased that the organizers chose, for the third consecutive year, the Kempinski Hotel River Park and that the luxurious and representative premises of our hotel were able to provide the highest level of convenience to all participants,“ said Gerald Haberhauer, adding that no guest was staying at the presidential suite, because the suite was reserved for the highest-level talks. 

One of the most prominent guests of the GLOBSEC conference was the Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. Another very important guest was the adviser to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski. For the first time in the eight-year history of GLOBSEC the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Radoslaw Sikorski joined his V4 colleagues from the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák, Czech Republic, Karel Schwarzenberg and Hungary János Martonyi. The largest conference in Bratislava was attended by six  Ministers of Defence and six  Ministers of Foreign Affairs, as well as two prime ministers – Robert Fico, the Prime Minister of Slovak Republic and Milo Đukanović, the Prime Minister of Montenegro.

The GLOBSEC team also declared that GLOBSEC 2013 has again been a success and that it remains one of the top foreign policy and security events of its kind in the transatlantic area. During the three-day event, more than 110 discussants engaged in substantive and fruitful discussions on foreign policy and security issues – with the participation of more than 1000 registered guests from 62 countries. In addition to that, with more than 150 political- and expert side meetings and events, the Forum considerably increased its policy-shaping and networking value.

Bratislava Security Forum (GLOBSEC) with more than 650 distinguished guests from more than 60 countries around the world is one of the five most important conferences of its kind in Europe and North America. Many influential participants compare it to prestigious forums in Brussels and Munich. Central European GLOBSEC complements the strategic debate shaping the transatlantic and European foreign policy, security and economic agenda.