"Regional Integration of the Visegrad Countries as an Example for the Western Balkan Countries for further EU Integration" was the topic of the lecture delivered at SEEU (on 28 April 2010) by the four Ambassadors of member countries of the Visegrad Group in the Republic of Macedonia: HE, Mr. Ferenc Kekesi- Republic of Hungary, HE Mr. Karl Bachura-Republic of Poland, HE Mr. Jozef Braun-Czech Republic, and Dr. Robert Kirnag –Slovak Republic.

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Ambassadors of the Visegrad Group delivered a lecture to SEEU students

"Regional Integration of the Visegrad Countries as an Example for the Western Balkan Countries for further EU Integration" was the topic of the lecture delivered at SEEU (on 28 April 2010) by the four Ambassadors of member countries of the Visegrad Group in the Republic of Macedonia: HE, Mr. Ferenc Kekesi- Republic of Hungary, HE Mr. Karl Bachura-Republic of Poland, HE Mr. Jozef Braun-Czech Republic, and Dr. Robert Kirnag –Slovak Republic.

The purpose of the lecture was to bring the experiences of their countries during their Euro-integration process, said the Rector of SEEU, Academician Alajdin Abazi. He stressed the possibility that the students have to learn more about regional cooperation directly from representatives of this group of countries.

 

“Regional cooperation is the basis for further collaboration in the long-term, so if you can not cooperate with your neighbors, it is difficult to imagine how would be to cope with a larger group,” was the assessment of the Visegrad Group Ambassadors.

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