The aim of the Conference will be to provide an opportunity to address, through inter-parliamentary dialogue, the relevant issues regarding the future of the European Union, with focus on defending European values, reforming the monetary system, ensuring cohesion, and the future enlargement of the EU. Furthermore, the outcome of the IPC will be a Declaration, signed in Bucharest, to be sent, as parliamentary input, to the EU Summit in Sibiu from 9 May 2019.
The event will be structured around four panels. The first panel will be dedicated to future policies that will be debated with representatives from the European political groups. The second one will reflect on the society of the future, tackling the issue of defending citizens and European values in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. The third panel will focus on the economy of the future by debating on the need for a reform of the economic model. Finally, the fourth panel will deal with European Neighbourhood, as well as Euro-Atlantic relations.
|1||Declaration: Towards on stronger, more cohesive, inclusive, and relevant European Union on the global scene||1010,13 KB|
|2||Invitation letter||389,56 KB|
|3||Invitation observers||380,91 KB|
|4||Draft programme||872,64 KB|
|5||General Information||1,84 MB|
|6||Session II Future society||451,27 KB|
|7||Session III The Economy of the Future||383,02 KB|
|8||Session IV European Neighborhood||536,72 KB|
Chairwoman of European Affairs Committee of the Senate and Chairwoman of Joint Special Committee of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate for coordinating the parliamentary activities necessary for the preparation of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU
Chair of the Committee on European Affairs of Chamber of Deputies
Vice-Chair of the Committee on Budgets of the European Parliament
Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration
Chair of the Committee on European affairs and Oversight of the European funds in the 44th National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria