Communicating Europe in a New Regional Security Context

22. februára 2017 - Regency Hotel, Chisinau, Moldova

On February 22, the Institute of World Policy together with Foreign Policy Association of Moldova held a discussion „Communicating Europe in a New Regional Security Context“ and presented the analytical report on communicating of European integration.


The aim of the event was to discuss the main findings of the report and challenges in communicating Europe in today’s Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia.

The analytical report takes into account experience of Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and the Visegrad Group countries in communicating European integration and proposes detailed recommendations to improve communication strategy.

Communicating Europe: Experience of the Visegrad countries – best practices for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine


Leonid LITRA, Senior Research Fellow with the Institute of World Policy

Victoria BUCATARU, Executive Director of the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova

Natalia HNYDIUK, former Director of the Governmental Office for European Integration

Volodymyr YERMOLENKO, Director of EU-projects at Internews Ukraine

Zsuzsanna VEGH, Research fellow, Center for European Neighborhood Studies, Central European University, Hungary

Vit DOSTAL, Research Director with the Association for International Affairs, Czech Republic

Marek MARSZALEK, Programme Manager for Romania and Moldova with the Institute for Eastern Studies, Poland

Samuel GODA, PhD, Project Coordinator and Researcher with the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Slovakia

Irakli PORCHKHIDZE, Vice-president of the Georgian Institute for Strategic Studies, Georgia

The project „V4 Supporting Communication Strategy of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine on implementing AA and DCFTA” is led by the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova and financially supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The opinions expressed during the events/publications are those of the participants/authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the International Visegrad Fund.

More information about the project can be found on the project website: