"Towards Unlocking Georgia’s EU Perspective"

On Tuesday, 24th of July, 2018, The Levan Mikeladze Foundation organized a discussion ‘Path to the European Union:Lessons Learned from the Experience of Poland and Hungary’.

The experts were invited from Poland and Hungary – Adam REICHARDT, Editor-in-Chief, New Eastern Europe , and Gergely ROMSICS, Associate Research Fellow, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

The discussion aimed to share the experiences of Poland and Hungary to Georgia of their passed Path to European Union's membership.

The panel discussion has provided a forum for different actors i.e. Georgian Government, civil society organizations, diplomatic corps and international organizations. 

This is the fourth discussion in a series of similar events within the project "Towards Unlocking Georgia’s EU Perspective" with funding from the International Visegrad Fund, The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung – Georgia and Open Society – Georgia Foundation.