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Sustainable urban development and water management were also discussed at the V4 engineers’ meeting in Debrecen – video
Author: Anna Óvári | [email protected]
Published on 09/10/2021 15:50 | Updated: 9/9/2021 16:10
Debrecen – The three-day event allowed experts to share their experiences in plenary sessions, conferences and professional trips.
This year, Debrecen hosted the 27th engineering meeting of the Visegrád Four. The conference was not held for years due to the epidemic situation, but now fifty professionals were discussing the professional challenges of engineering work.
– We, the engineers, believe that the Visegrad Four should cooperate not only at the level of big politics, but also in everyday life. As a result, we thought it was important for engineers to coordinate activities, said Ernő Wagner, President of the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers.
In his greeting, László Papp said that it is an honor for a highly respected professional body to choose the city as the place for its deliberations. He added that engineering work is also a priority, for example in connection with the Civaqua program or the large industrial park system created in the city.
“Under our agreement with BMW, we only had a year and a half to create it from a completely different functional area to a stock, and that would not have been possible without precise, precise engineering work.
The work of engineers can also make a big contribution to the success of the city. A special recognition for Debrecen is that an international conference can be held at home
said the mayor.
The aim of the four-day event was to ensure that Hungarian, Polish, Czech and Slovak engineers were sure to discuss current professional issues.
The mayor of Kaposvár spoke about sustainable settlement development.
– A sustainable city is a very broad category, including stormwater drainage, green farming, utilities, schools and kindergartens. But they are all connected somewhere so that we can operate our cities cheaply and efficiently, said Károly Szita, president of the Association of Towns with County Rights.
The conference participants made a joint statement calling for a wider digitization of engineering activities.