Event: Is the EU Doing Enough for Ukraine to Win? 30 June @ 9AM [in-person]

In-person discussion w/B. Guetta, Edwin Bendyk and Wojciech Przybylski

27 June 2022

Please join us in Res Publica’s Warsaw office (Gałczyńskiego 5) on Thursday, 30 June, for a debate with MEP Bernard Guetta, Edwin Bendyk and Wojciech Przybylski.

Please join us for a debate in Res Publica’s Warsaw office (Galczyńskiego 5) on Thursday morning for a debate with MEP Bernard Guetta, Edwin Bendyk and Wojciech Przybylski.

At this discussion we will try to assess if the EU doing enough for Ukraine to win the war and its better #future. The key questions will be focused on the activities and recommendations the EU community can bring to the table, or how to secure the peaceful future for the EU and for its Eastern neighbours. At the same time Russian aggression has proven that Europe needs to unite, gain strategic autonomy and determine what kind of Europe we want.

See livestream from the debate:

Our speakers are:

Bernard Guetta, Member of the European Parliament (France), journalist and correspondent. In the 80s Mr. Guetta has been the correspondent in Central Europe for Le Monde and has been transmitting the events in Poland including introduction of the Martial law and later the pro-democracy protests.

Edwin Bendyk, president of the Batory Foundation, journalist and commentator, former editor-in-chief of Polityka weekly. He is a founder of the Collegium Civitas Centre for Future Studies.

Wojciech Przybylski, political analyst heading Visegrad Insight’s policy foresight on European affairs. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Visegrad Insight and the President of the Res Publica Foundation, as well as Europe’s Future Fellow at IWM – Institute of Human Sciences in Vienna and Erste Foundation.

This meeting is a part of our project EU Perspectives on Democratic Security in V4 and is co-funded by the European Parliament.

As the number of seats is limited, please register via the form below:


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