Thursday, 4 March 2021
9:00 – 10:15 (CET)
The event will be live-streamed on this page (on the video tile below) and on our social media channels.
In this online discussion with Members of the European Parliament from Central and Eastern Europe, we want to present the current state of play related to the EU’s neighborhood policies/strategy vis-à-vis the perspectives from CEE. The discussion will touch upon enlargement, investment, European values and other partnership tools.
- Where does CEE stand on the enlargement process and partnership with the EU’s neighborhood?
- In what issue areas it is desirable and where not to be more pro-active?
- Has the EU let down its partners in the neighborhood? What can realistically change?
- What constructive ideas/projects CEE can offer towards securing the neighborhood?
Petras AUŠTREVIČIUS, Member of the European Parliament, Renew Europe, Lithuania
Marina KALJURAND, Member of the European Parliament, Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, Estonia
Sergei STANISHEV, Member of the European Parliament, Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, Bulgaria (TBC)
Miriam LEXMANN, Member of the European Parliament, European People’s Party, Slovakia
Lukas MANDL, Member of the European Parliament, European People’s Party, Austria
Moderator: Vladislava GUBALOVA, Senior Research Fellow, GLOBSEC Policy Institute
The event is part of GLOBSEC GEOPE—Geopolitical Europe: Are the Member States Ready for It? Project supported by Jean Monnet Actions of the EU’s Erasmus+ program.