The Visegrad Group and the Future EU Economy: Standing Together or Falling Apart?
A conference organized by the Institute of International Relations in Prague in cooperation with the Polish Institute of International Affairs, the Hungarian Institute of International Affairs and the Slovak Foreign Policy Association.
21. 6. 2012 (9:30)
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Marcin Zaborowski, Director, Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), Warsaw
Petr Zahradník, Project Manager and Consultant of the EU Office of Česká spořitelna, Member of the National Economic Council, Government of the Czech Republic
Robert Auxt, Advisor in the Office of the State Secretary, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic
Zoltán Gálik, Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs (HIIA), Budapest
Daniela Grabmüllerová, Director of the European Affairs Department, Ministry of Regional Development of the Czech Republic
Adam A. Ambroziak, Professor at the Warsaw School of Economics
Jiří Georgiev, Deputy Secretary of State for European Affairs, Government of the Czech Republic
František Ružička, Director of the Department of European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Jiří Čistecký, Czech National V4 Coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
Zbigniew Kruzynski, Polish National V4 Coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
Rick Fawn, University of St. Andrews, Great Britain
The conference was sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund (IVF) and it was part of the project The Visegrad Group in the Post-Lisbon EU: Getting Closer to Move Further led by the IIR. The project is dedicated to enhancing academic, diplomatic, political and public policy cooperation of the four Visegrad countries (V4), with participation of the IIR, HIIA, PISM and SFPA and with support of the IVF.
Programme of the conference you can download here.
SFPA, PISM, HIIA, IVF