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Grigorij Meseznikov with students in Dunajska Streda

On March 9, 2011 Grigorij Mesežnikov lectured and debated with students from the Ladislav Dúbrava secondary school and private secondary high school in Dunajska Streda. Events in both schools were organized by the Permanent Conference of Civic Institute (SKOI) and the Civic Club in Dunajska Streda, led by Ľubomír Banič.

The themes of lectures and discussions included current situation in European Union in the context of efforts to maintain stability of common European currency, Slovakia's position in the issue of loan for Greece and participation in the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF), as well as the external relations of EU and current situation in the Middle East. Students expressed their interest to know more about various aspects of European integration, Slovakia’s membership in the EU and the prospects of further development in the Arab countries after the fall of autocratic regimes.

Grigorij Mesežnikov na diskusii so stredoškolskými študentmi v Dunajskej Strede
Photo: Marian Baláži


Photo: Marian Baláži

Article about the events was published in weekly magazine Csallókóz - Žitný ostrov.



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