INVITATION: EU± // How should the EU respond to the situation in Belarus?

For several weeks now, there have been massive protests by Belarusians against the rigged presidential election in their country. During that time, several people were killed by security forces and thousands more were beaten or imprisoned. How should the EU respond to this situation? The guests of the next debate within the EU± series will address this issue on Wednesday, September 23.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Daniela Kolenovská - IMS FSV UK, Department of Russian and East European Studies
  • David Stulík - senior analyst, think-tank Security Center of European Values

Moderation will be provided by Tomáš Weiss from the Department of European Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University.

The event will be live-streamed online on the pages of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Department of European Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences. You can submit your questions to our speakers through comments at the live stream or at the Facebook event

The debate is organised with the support of Jean Monnet Chair TeDEUSS - Teaching and debating EU small states' security at Charles University and is co-funded by the Europe for Citizes Programme of the European Union.


#EU± #Belarus #reaction of the EU #presidential elections #deomstrations

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