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Szabolcs Takács

SZABOLCS TAKÁCS (Budapest, 1971) is Ministerial Commissioner for Brexit affairs at the Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office in Budapest. He received a BA in English Language and Literature and an MA in Political Science from the University of Pécs. He pursued his studies in Law and International Relations and soon became a desk officer at the Department of Asia-Pacific at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Between 2005–2009 he was Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Hungary in Doha, Quatar. He also worked at the Office of the Deputy State Secretary in charge of bilateral relations with non-European countries and International Development Cooperation. He served as Deputy State Secretary for Security Policy from 2013 to 2014. Since 2014 he has been State Secretary responsible for EU Affairs. He is also the author of two books, Asian Studies 2011 and Europe and Asia in the Globalizing World; both published in 2011.


21 September 2019
"We should not lose sight of the fact that the UK is here to stay in the immediate neighbourhood of the EU. Whatever development in the next couple of weeks and months will unfold, our old continent needs a strong UK as much as the UK needs a strong EU so that Europe could remain relevant on the global scale, both politically and economically."
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