A new bilingual, Slovak–Hungarian historical journal (Kor(r)idor. Szlovák–Magyar Történeti Folyóirat/Slovensko–maďarský historický časopis) has been founded in cooperation of the Research Institute of the National Self-Government of Slovaks in Hungary, the Institute of History of the Research Center of Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and the Forum Minority Research Institute. The editorial board consists of members of the founding institutions (one member from each institute; our Institute of History is represented by Csaba Katona, fellow of the Research Assistance Team). József Demmel editor, fellow of the Research Institute of the National Self-Government of Slovaks in Hungary were interviewed by the Slovak newspaper L'udové Noviny about the aim, the plans and the significance of the new journal (the interview can be read here. The goal of the new periodical is to provide a permanent bilingual platform which will enable continuous dialogue on history and better understanding between the two countries and nations; presenting and intermediating the results of scientific research activities towards Slovak and Hungarian professional public, the students and the inquirers; and successful exploration of the common past. The first issue will be published soon.