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The Eastern Partnership – What’s in it for the EU?

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About this Event

22 Feb 2013 @ 12:45

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About the Speech:

The Romanian Foreign Minister explored how the Eastern Partnership is a critical tool in effecting change in the EU’s neighbourhood. Romania’s geographical proximity to and close relations with the EU’s Eastern partners suggest that it can play a central role in the EU’s policy towards this region. In this important address, Minister Corlatean outlined why the Eastern Partnership should be a priority for the EU and what Romania can bring to European foreign policy.

In the Question and Answer session, Minister Corlatean answered questions on all aspects of EU foreign policy.

About the Speaker:

Titus Corlatean was appointed the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania in August 2012. He previously served as Minister of Justice, Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee in the Romanian Senate, Secretary of State for Romanians Abroad and Foreign Affairs Adviser to the Prime Minister. He has also served as a member of the Romanian Parliament, a Member of the European Parliament and a diplomat. He has a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Bucharest.

Theme: The Wider Europe 

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