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EM Albania: EU enlargement – Comparison of the Albanian experience in European Integration process with Greece, Bulgaria, Rumania

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EM Albania: EU enlargement – Comparison of the Albanian experience in European Integration process with Greece, Bulgaria, Rumania

Within the framework of the project “Deliberating socio-economic impact of EU Integration- Albanian case and regional experiences”, which is being implemented by European Movement in Tirana (EMA) in collaboration with ELIAMEP (Greece) with the support of General Directorate for Financing and Contracting (CFCU), Ministry of Finance and Economy under the EU IPA Funds, took place on 28 January 2020, at University of Durrës “Aleksandër Moisiu” the activity “Enlargement in the EU: Comparison of the Albanian experience on the European Integration process with that of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania”.

This activity had a significant interest and participation from students of this university. Part of the panel was the Dean of Political-Judicial Sciences of UAMD, Prof. Assoc. Dr. Andon Kume. In his opening remarks Dr Kume underlined the importance of public awareness related to EU Integration as a socio-economic reform incinerator and the promotion of our country Europeanization, specially among students. Mr. Gledis Gjipali, Executive Director of EMA, did a short presentation of the project, followed by Dr. George Siakas, whom is working since 2015 as Research Director at Public Opinion Research Unit, University of Macedonia, Greece, specialized on Public Opinion and Policy Researching.

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