AMO organized the annual debate with the Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs Lubomír Zaorálek in Prague. The discussion was focused on the new concept of the Czech foreign policy that was prepared by the Ministry in the course of last few months. Look at the photo gallery and play the video tape from the event.
AMO conducted detailed research on the stance of the EU’s initiative Eastern Partnership. The project Trends of Eastern Partnership was drawn up to map the ideas and opinions of influential figures from the Visegrad Group and Eastern Partnership partner countries regarding the EaP initiative, and how they believe it could move forward. Detailed results are available at dedicated website which includes user-friendly visualizations and publication with recommendations for the post-Riga development.
The results of this project supported by the International Visegrad Fund were presented by Nikola Karasová and Václav Lídl at the international conference in Brussels. Photo gallery is accesible here. Václav Lídl also presented the final conclusions at the international conference in Kiyv. You can find the photo gallery and summary of the event here.
Vít Dostál will touch upon Trends of Eastern Partnership at the seminar in European House in Prague on Wednesday, May 20 at 5 pm. The first speaker will be the Special Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on the Eastern Partnership Petr Mareš. Please confirm your participation here.
Vít Dostál wrote a commentary regarding the new concept of the Czech presence in the European Union and he also commented on elections of the Polish president at the Czech Television. Alice Rezková spoke about the Nepal earthquake at the Czech Television. Kryštof Kruliš covered in his commentary the topic of the digital agenda and its importance for the Czech Republic.