Aspen Institute Romania and the German Marshal Fund of the US - Bucharest Office organized on December 9 an event which will bring together policy makers, analysts and business representatives looking at the renewed Trans-Atlantic relation, its current status and the implications for Romania in the light of the country’s ambitions.
On the same occasion, we will launch the Romania East-West Gateway project, a follow-up to the highly successful Bucharest Forum 2013 edition, and will present a paper
with conclusions and policy recommendations resulted from a joint initiative of the German Marshall Fund of the US and the Aspen Institute Romania, the “National Interest Dialogues” series.
Key speakers include among others Victor Ponta
, Prime Minister of Romania; Mugur Isărescu
, Governor of the National Bank of Romania; Mircea Geoană
, Senator, President of the Aspen Institute Romania; Craig Kennedy
, President of the German Marshall Fund; Cristian Diaconescu
, Presidential Adviser, Head of Presidential Chancellery; Mişu Negriţoiu
, Chairman, ING Bank Romania, Member of the Board, Foreign Investors Council; Dan-Coman Șova
, Minister Delegate for Infrastructure Projects of National Interest and Foreign Investments; Teodor Meleşcanu
, Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service or Florin Pogonaru
, CEO, CEFS, President, Romanian Businessmen Association.