Public Debate. Communicating Europe in a New Regional Security Context. Chisinau, February 20, 2017



Communicating Europe in a New Regional Security Context

10:00 – 10:30 Registration & Coffee Break

10:30 – 10:40 Welcoming remarks

Victor Chirila, President of the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova

10:40 – 11:30

Discussion topic:

Communicating Europe: Experience of the Visegrad countries – best practices for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine


Liliana Vitu – Esanu, Former Advisor on Communication of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova Iurie Leanca, Member of the Administration Council of the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova


Zsuzsanna Vegh, Research fellow, Center for European Neighborhood Studies, Central European University, Hungary

Vit Dostal, Research Director with the Association for International Affairs, Czech Republic

Marek Marszalek, Programme Manager for Romania and Moldova with the Institute for Eastern Studies, Poland

Samuel Goda, PhD, Project Coordinator and Researcher with the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Slovakia

Leonid Litra, Senior Research Fellow with the Institute of World Policy, Ukraine

Irakli Porchkhidze, Vice-president of the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies, Georgia

Victoria Bucataru, Executive Director of the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova

 11:30 – 11:40

Guest speaker

Mrs. Ruxandra STANCIU, Press and Information Officer, Political, Press and Information Section,
Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Moldova

11:40 – 12:15 Q & A

12:15 -13:00 Coffee Break and informal talks

Venue: Regency Hotel (17 Sfatul Tarii Street)

Date: February 20 (Monday), 2017

Language: Romanian/ Simultaneous translation to Enghlish

The project „V4 Supporting Communication Strategy of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine on implementing AA and DCFTA” is led by the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova and financially supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The opinions expressed during the events/publications are those of the participants/authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the International Visegrad Fund