CEID discussion: Is the EU still attractive?

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The next event in the European Café series - asking the question "Is the EU Still Attractive?" - focuses on the changing image of the European Union, from within and beyond its borders, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The series of discussions on current European issues is organized by Budapest-based think tank the Center for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID), supported by Erste Stiftung.

Guests include Iurie Leancă, Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration of the Republic of Moldova; Vuk Jeremić, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia; and Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian Parliament. The discussion will be held in English, with moderation by Edit Inotai, a senior fellow at CEID.

The event will take place on Wednesday, December 5, from 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m., at the Mercure Budapest Korona (Kecskeméti utca 14, 1053 Budapest).

Further information and registration is available by sending an e-mail to daniel.varga@ceid.hu. The number of seats is limited.

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