Europe and the Prospects of Enlargement

Written by Redazione Thursday, 15 February 2007 01:00 Print
Rome, Thursday 15 - Friday 16 February 2007 - Hotel Cicerone, via Cicerone 55/c


Europe and the Prospects of Enlargement
Rome, Thursday 15 - Friday 16 February 2007
Hotel Cicerone, via Cicerone 55/c
Agenda
Thursday, February 15th, 2007 — Closed door workshop
h 15.30 Welcome
h 16 - 17
What kind of Europe?
EU enlargement and institutional reforms.
Chair:
Pier Carlo Padoan, Director, Fondazione Italianieuropei, Italy
Speakers:
Mehmet Dülger President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Turkish Parliament, Turkey
Caspar Einem, Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee of the Austrian Parliament, Austria
Ivan Krastev, Executive Director of the International Commission on the Balkans and Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies, Bulgaria
h 17 - 17.15 Coffee break
h 17.15 - 18.30 Discussion
h 18.30 - 19 Press briefing:
Massimo D’Alema, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of Fondazione Italianieuropei, Italy
h 20.30 Dinner
Keynote speech:
Massimo D’Alema, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of Fondazione Italianieuropei, Italy

Friday, February 16th, 2007 — Open seminar (by invitation)
h 9 - 9.15
Opening address: Giuliano Amato, Minister of Interior and Chairman of the Scientific Board of Fondazione Italianieuropei, Italy
h 9.15 - 10.45
How to make a success of the EU’s future enlargements.
The role of governments and institutions.
Introductory remarks:
Michael Leigh, Director-General for Enlargement, European Commission
Chair:
Lucio Caracciolo, Director, Limes, Italy
Speakers:
Vladimir Drobnjak, Chief Negotiator for Accession Negotiations with the European Union and Deputy Head of State delegation, Croatia
Tanja Mišcevic, Director, European Integration Office, Government of the Republic of Serbia
Radmila Sekerinska, President, Social Democratic Union, fyr Macedonia
Ernst Stetter, Director, eu Office, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Germany
h 10.45 - 11 Coffee break
h 11 - 13
How to make a success of the EU’s future enlargements.
Enlargement and European citizens.
Introductory remarks:
Famiano Crucianelli, Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Italy
Chair:
Marilena Koppa, Vice President, Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (istame), Greece
Speakers:
Adrian Severin, Member of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies and member of the European Parliament, Romania
Gerald Knaus, President, European Stability Initiative (esi),
Germany
Mensur Akgün, Director, Foreign Policy Program, Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (tesev), Turkey
Conclusion:
Umberto Ranieri, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, Chamber of Deputies, Italy
Luogo: Roma

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