In Kiev on EU membership of Slovakia

On 15 th of December 2011 Grigorij Mesežnikov spoke in Kiev on expert debate Arguments for Europeanisation: information for Ukrainians. He analyzed various aspects of Slovakia's EU membership, the experience of the accession process, the role of civil society, and the attitudes of political parties in Slovak Republic to the questions of common European policies.

The event was attended by several leading Ukrainian experts, representatives of the European Union in Ukraine and by Deputy of Warsaw Institute for Public Affairs. The roundtable was organized by USAID, UNITER, PACT Foundation, Vidrodžennia, Youkraine.eu, DIF and the Public Expert Council by the EU-Ukraine Cooperation Committee within the week about eurointegration, previous EU – Ukraine summit.

Program of the event [PDF]


Summary of the debate on the web dif.org.ua

Summary of the debate on the web eu.prostir.ua

On G. Mesežnikov speech on the web dif.org.ua 

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