Over the next seven months, LINKS Europe, in association with the City of The Hague will be hosting a number of events in the framework of the Conference on the future of Europe process, focusing on the theme ‘EU in the world’.
(For more information on the Conference on the Future of Europe you can visit the official website of the process here
EU enlargement – How should the EU respond to aspiring new members? The case of Georgia and the Associated "trio" countries.
Friday, 17 September 2021 from 1600-1730 at LINKS Europe office, 43 Lange Voorhout, The Hague
Participants to the policy dialogue will hear short presentations from three guest speakers, after which every participant present will be asked to contribute their views on the topic in short 1–2 minute presentations, followed by a general discussion. Views from the meeting will be reflected in a short summary of proceedings, which will form part of the final submissions to the Conference on the future of Europe in April 2022.
For more information on the Conference on the Future of Europe you can visit the official website of the process
In the first in our series, “Meet the Neighbours”, LINKS Europe, in association with the Embassy of Georgia in The Hague, will be hosting a networking event, “Meet the Georgians”, on Friday, 17 September 2021 from 17.30-19.00, in the foyer of our offices at Lange Voorhout 43, The Hague. During the event, we will showcase a small exhibition focusing on the Georgian alphabet and script – considered by linguists as one of the world’s 9 core alphabets. Guests will also be able to sample Georgian wine and food. There will be a short address by Mr Giorgi Nakashidze, Charge d’affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Georgia in The Hague.
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Over the next ten months, LINKS Europe’s “Meet the neighbours” series plans to introduce the City of The Hague, and its rich and diverse community of local and international burghers to countries around the European Union that constitute our neighbourhood. Ten events are planned in the first series between September 2021 and June 2022. We believe that understanding better our neighbours will contribute to our future peace, security and prosperity.