The aim of this project is to foster international cooperation on infrastructural development throughout the region. “Trimarium” is just beginning and may evolve in a number of ways. What are the possibilities? What is the best direction for the project to take?

The Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies and Eastwest Magazine are honoured to invite you to a presentation and discussion, in English, on: Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea: Visions of Cooperation.

Monday 23rd of October 2017 at 10:00
Via Alessandro Specchi, 16 Rome
Minerva Hall

10:00 Registration

10:20 Introduction to the Project:
Karolina Iskierka, Programme Manager for Italy,
Institute for Eastsern Studies, Poland

10:30 Panel Presentation and Discussion
Przemyslaw Zurawski Vel Grajewski, Counsellor of the Minister,
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, Poland
Andreana Baeva Motusic, President, European Business Association
Zagreb, Croatia (author)
Andrea Carteny, Director, CEMAS (Interdepartmental Center of
Research and Cooperation with Mediterranean, Eurasia, Sub-
Saharian Africa), University of Rome La Sapienza
Paolo Quercia, Director, Center for Near Abroad Strategic Studies
Matteo Tacconi, Independent Journalist and Editor of Eco di Varsavia
11:30 Q&A


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