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Walking the EU Strategic Talk. Legacy speech by Federica Mogherini

Legacy speech by Federica Mogherini

outgoing High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

Wednesday 9 October / 14.30 – 18:00 / Venue: Hotel Sofitel, Place Jourdan 1, Brussels

This special event organised in partnership with Istituto affari internazionali (IAI) will provide the opportunity to reflect about the design of a progressive foreign policy agenda for the upcoming future of the Union. Vassilis NTousas, FEPS Senior international relations Policy advisor will introduce the session with a presentation of the paper “Walking the Strategic Talk” and HR Mogherini will offer an assessment of her office’s achievements as well as her recommendation for the following years. A panel discussion with Nathalie Tocci, Florence Gaub, Christian Leffler, Michael Peel and Kari Piri will follow.

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Brussels, Hotel Sofitel, Place Jourdan 1, Brussels

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Wednesday, 09 October 2019

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