The Institute for Eastern Studies and the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova are organizing EU – Moldova Economic Forum to be held 29 – 31st March 2011 in Chisinau, under the Honorary Patronage of Mr Vlad Filat, the Prime Minister of Moldova and Mr Donald Tusk, the Prime Minister of Poland. The first EU – Moldova Forum will serve as a good opportunity to exchange the ideas, share experience and discuss the future projects.
•16.30 – 18.00 Panel Discussion: Transition to Democracy: 20 Years of the Independence of the Republic of Moldova
•18.15 – 19.45 Panel Discussion: What and Why is Worth Investing in Moldova? Country’s Investment Climate
•9.00 – 10.30 Plenary Session: European Integration and Moldova. Challenges, Obstacles, Perspectives
•10.45 – 12.15 Panel Discussion: How to Overcome a Standstill: Transdnistria and the Perspectives for the Region
•12.30 – 14.30 Panel Discussion: Moldova Within the Eastern Partnership. Setting up a Model for Reforms
•14.30 – 15.30 Lunch
•15.30 – 17.00 Panel Discussion: Agriculture and Processing Industry as Moldova’s Asset
•17.15 – 18.45 Panel Discussion: Building upon the Friendly Neighbourhood. Regional Cooperation as a European Dimension of Solidarity
•9.00 – 10.30 Panel Discussion: Economic Reforms in Moldova: Current State and Possible Reforms
•10.40 – 12.10 Panel Discussion: Civil Society. Local Self-Government and the Reform of Administration
•12.20 – 13.50 Panel Discussion: Geopolitics and Its Implications for Moldova. Chisinau Between Moscow, Brussels And Washington
•13:50-14.30 Closing remarks presented by the moderators and commentators
•14.30 - 15.30 LUNCH
The Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies is the main organizer of the Economic Forum held annually in Krynica/Poland for the last 20 years, the Europe-Russia and Europe-Ukraine Forum as well as Transatlantic Forum and the Energy Forum. The Economic Forum held early September has become a major economic event in the region and a renowned platform of discussion on a wide array of issues such as economy, politics, international security and society.
The Foreign Policy Association of Moldova is a leading foreign policy think-tank, committed to supporting Moldova’s Europeanization, integration into the European Union and a viable settlement of the Transnistrian conflict. As an independent, non-partisan, and non-profit organization, the Foreign Policy Association aims to improve the quality of the foreign policy debates in Moldova and provide a platform for informed discussions and analysis on foreign policy issues.
Conference Venue :Leogrand Hotel
Mitropolit Varlaam str. 77, MD-2012,
Tel.: (+373 22) 201 201, Fax: (+373 22) 201 222
For mor information please check the website: http://www.forum-ekonomiczne.pl/1439,EU-Moldova+Forum