Event on the prospects of Euro Mediterranean cooperation to be held in Athens on Jan.26

25 January 2016
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The prospects of the Euro Mediterranean cooperation will be the issue of a round-table debate organised by the Institute for the Mediterranean, member of the European Public Law Organisation (EPLO) on January 26.

The event is held in cooperation with the department of Political Science and International Relations of Peloponnese University and will take place at the offices of the organisations at the Athens district of Plaka at 17:00-19:30.

The discussion will focus on the development of the Euromediterrenean relations, the geopolitical dynamic in the region and their repercussions as well as the prospects.

The ambassadors of Morocco to Greece Abdelkader EL Ansari, of Italy Luigi Marras and of Netherlands Caspar Veldkamp as well as Greek ambassadors Dimitris Karamitsos-Giras and Vassilis Papaioannou and the professors Ioannis Mazis and Sotiris Roussos will make proposals and suggestions.

Professor Spyridon Flogaitis director of EPLO, Ambassador Sotiris Varouxakis director of the Institute for the Mediterranean and professor Pantelis Sklias president of the political science of Peloponnese University will address the event.

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