It’s Good to Have Neighbours
The foundation of Tygodnik Powszechny invites you to a meeting in Krakow (Market Square 25) on December 3rd and 4th for a conference titled: It is good to have a neighbour.
During the discussions, guests will focus on Polish foreign policy towards the neighbouring states of Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania and Russia. Experts, journalists and members of non-governmental organisations will take part in the conference.
Monday, December 3rd
14.30 – Inauguration
15.00 – Panel discussion: “Ukraine and Belarus: in the European waiting room”
Rafał Dutkiewicz, Anna Dyner, Roman Kabaczij, Wojciech Konończuk, Martyna Michalik
Moderator: Marcin Żyła
17.00 – Panel discussion: “Czech Republic and Slovakia: Close and peaceful”
Václav Burian, Andrzej Jagodziński, prof. Jacek Baluch, Janusz Okrzesik
Moderator: Łukasz Grzesiczak
Tuesday, December 4th
10.00 – Panel discussion: “Lithuania. Is there still friendship?”
prof. Egidijus Aleksandravicius, Małgorzata Czyżewska, Wojciech Wróblewski
Moderator: Piotr Oleksy
12.00 – Panel disscusion: “Russia. Standstill of authorities, aweking of society”
Dmitrij Babicz, Martyna Kwiatkowska, Sławomir Popowski, Iwan Preobrażeński, Jadwiga Rogoża
Moderator: Anna Łabuszewska
14.00 – Panel disscusion: “Germany: together for Europe”
Gerhard Gnauck, Agnieszka Łada, Renata Kopyto, Cornelius Ochmann
Moderator: Arkadiusz Stempin
15.30 – “Kraków–Berlin-XPRS”: Projects presentation and the preview of “KRK–BLN”
16.30 – Closing
The organisation of the project is possible thanks to funding from the city of Wroclaw and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.