On Tuesday 21 January 2020, The Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET) will hold a public hearing on the Eastern Partnership - vision of development after 2020.
On 21 January, the Committee on Foreign Affairs will hold a public hearing on the future of the Eastern Partnership. The Members will discuss with experts the achievements and shortcomings of the Eastern Partnership both at the regional and multilateral level. They will also analyse possible evolution of the EU's relations with its six Eastern partners and a way forward for the Eastern Partnership in the next decade.
The hearing will help the Parliament in drafting its contribution to the Eastern Partnership summit, which is foreseen in spring 2020.
Location: JAN 2Q2, european Parliament, Brussels
Last updated: 20-01-2020
"The Eastern Partnership - vision of development after 2020”
Room: JAN 2Q2 European Parliament, Brussels
9:15 - 9:20 David McAllister, Chair of the Committee on Foreign Affairs
9:20 - 9:25 Petras Austrevicius, Rapporteur for the Recommendation to the Council, the
Commission and the EEAS on the Eastern Partnership, in the run-up to the May 2020 Summit; Standing AFET Rapporteur on Belarus
MODULE I - THE REGIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND PERSPECTIVE
9:25 - 9:37 Sergiy Gerasymchuk, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Head of the South
Eastern Europe Studies, Ukrainian Prism
9:37-9:49 Kornely Kakachia, Professor of Political Science at Ivane Javakhishvili
Tbilisi State University, Georgia; Director of the Georgian Institute of Politics
MODULE II - THE GENERAL PERSPECTIVE AND THE WAY FORWARD
9:49-10:01 Sinikukka Saari, Senior Associate Analyst, EUISS
10:01-10:13 Klaudijus Maniokas, Chairman of the Board of the consultancy European Social, Legal, and Economic Projects (ESTEP); associate professor at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University
MODULE III - THE EU INSTITUTION'S PERSPECTIVE
Katarina Mathernova, Deputy Director General of the Directorate General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations
Angelina Eichhorst, acting Managing Director of the EEAS
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