The Polish Institute of International Affairs and Embassy of Lithuania in Warsaw have the pleasure to invite you to a public event:
"Regional Challenges and Initiatives: Focusing on Cooperation with Ukraine"
During the event there will be a discussion about the importance of
investing and maintaining momentum for reforms in Ukraine. Currently, there is
an emphasis on cooperation between international partners and the EU, as an
important element of growth and stability for Ukraine and the region. There
will be an emphasis on the significance of the Lithuanian-Ukrainian initiative
(Marshall-European Plan for Ukraine). Key regional geopolitical challenges will
also be considered and examined by our guest, former Prime Minister of
Lithuania, Andrius Kubilius.
Opening remarks by:
Andrius Kubilius - Lithuanian politician, former Prime Minister (from 1999 to 2000 and 2008 to 2012), Member of the Seimas, long-time chairman of the Homeland Union - Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party. He was born in Vilnius, and after graduation from the 22nd secondary school in Vilnius, he was accepted to Vilnius University and studied at the Faculty of Physics until 1979. In 1988 Kubilius became a member of the pro-independence Sąjūdis movement, which favored separation from the Soviet Union. Soon after the re-establishment of Lithuania's independence, Kubilius was elected to the Seimas (parliament). Since then he has been an active figure in Lithuanian politics. He is currently a member of the Seimas Delegation to the Assembly of Members of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania, the Sejm and Senate of the Republic of Poland, and the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Kubilius is also the Head of the Seimas Provisional Group for 3 May.
Head of Research Office, PISM
28 June (Thursday) 2018
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Warecka 1a Street, Warsaw
The event will be held in English
Those wishing to attend are kindly requested to confirm by 26 June 2018
Early registration is recommended due to the limited number of seats.
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