New C4EP event on 18 April in Brussels

by | Apr 2, 2024

The upcoming EP elections in June are not only important for the EU as a whole, but it has a special importance for Central and Eastern European member states, joining the community in 2004.

Centre for European Progression organises a public event on the European elections from the Visegrad Four perspective to explore political trends and interests in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, and the strained relations within the Visegrad Group.

The event is going to take the form of an informal conversation with the participants and will be followed by a networking reception.

Participants:

  • Jolanta Szymańska (Head of EU Programme, Polish Institute for International Affairs)
  • Sándor Rónai (MEP, S&D Group)
  • Igor Merheim-Eyre (Head of Office and Advisor to EPP MEP Miriam Lexmann)
  • Zdenka Trachtová (Brussels Correspondent, Czech Radio)

Co-moderators:

  • Jana Juzova (Senior Research Fellow, Europeum)
  • Ivett Letenovics (Junior Policy Analyst, C4EP)

The event will takee place on 18th of April 2024, 18:00 at the Press Club Brussels (Rue Froissart 95, 1040 Brussels).

To participate, please register online at the link provided!
https://forms.gle/JMNwyw48c5h5yJr69

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