The 2nd Southeast Europe and East Med conference organized by the Delphi Economic Forum and the Hellenic American Leadership Council, is taking place online this Wednesday, from 3.30 till 9.45 pm.
Participants include the ministers of foreign affairs, Nikos Dendias, national defense, Nikos Panagiotopoulos, and development and investments, Adonis Georgiadis, and US Senators Chris Van Hollen and Robert Menendez, as well as Hellenic American Leadership Council executive director Endy Zemenides. To register, visit delphidc.com.
The annual conference is aimed at creating a platform for dialogue and communication as well as exploring the long-term significance of establishing a safe, secure and prosperous region.
Over the course of the online meeting, leaders and policy makers will discuss strategies and a call-to-action for strengthening ties between the United States, Southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Government officials, eminent scholars, academic luminaries and business leaders will engage in extensive discussion and rigorous analysis with a view to generating recommendations for US policy-making for Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean; fostering private sector development and international cooperation as cornerstones for the revitalization of both regions; and finally, facilitating technical and high-level dialogue and transferring knowledge across various policy and business areas.