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East Med and SE Europe Forum Οrganised by Delphi Economic Forum

October 23, 2022

BRUSSELS – The next chapter of the East Med and Southeast Europe Forum organised by Delphi Economic Forum will open in Brussels on Tuesday 25 October.

Τhe East Med & Southeast Europe Conference in Brussels is organized by the Delphi Economic Forum and will take place at the Egmont Palace, Conference Center on Tuesday, October 25, 2022.The conference will address some of the key political, economic, and foreign policy challenges that East Med & SouthEast Europe are facing today. From the war in Ukraine to the Energy Security dilemmas, the geopolitical shifts in Western Balkans, the major infrastructural projects in the area, as well as issues of Competition and Shipping, will be the key topics of the conference.

The event, at the Egmont Palace hotel in the Belgian capital, will feature European Commission vice-presidents Margaritis Schinas and Dubravka Suica, European Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighbourhood Olivér Várhelyi, European Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries Virginijus Sinkevičius, Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas and government officials from Austria, the Czech Republic, Montenegro, Cyprus and others.

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