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We cordially invite you to a panel discussion on the future of EU-Turkey relations.

Within the scope of the 17th Annual EU – Turkey Conference of Journalists, a panel discussion on the future of EU-Turkey relations will take place at İstanbul Bilgi University?s santralistanbul Campus. Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator Egemen Bağış, the Head of the Delegation of the European Commission to Turkey Ambassador Marc Pierini and a group of journalists will participate in the panel where current developments in the EU-Turkey relations will be discussed. The panel will be opened by Prof. Dr. Halil Güven, Rector of İstanbul Bilgi University and moderated by Prof. Ayhan Kaya, Director of BİLGİ?s European Institute.

The journalists invited to the panel include (in alphabetical order): Mehmet Altan (Star-tbc), Murat Belge (Taraf), Florence Biedermann (AFP, France), Abdülhamit Bilici (Zaman / Cihan News Agency),   Mehmet Ali Birand (Posta / Milliyet/ HDN / Kanal D), Cansu Çamlıbel (Hürriyet), Evangelos Demiris (Athens News Agency, Greece), Konstanty Gebert (Gazeta Wyborcza,  Poland), Rolf Gustavsson (Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden), Emil Hurezeanu (Realitatea-Catavencu, Romania), John Peet (The Economist, UK), Leyla Tavşanoğlu (Cumhuriyet-tbc), Michael Thumann (Die Zeit, Germany).

This event is organized by the Delegation of the European Commission to Turkey in cooperation with İstanbul Bilgi University?s European Institute.

Simultaneous interpretation in Turkish and English will be provided throughout the conference.

Date: October 16, 2009

Time: 10:15-12.30

Place: İstanbul Bilgi University santralistanbul Campus, E1-301

Contact: Suna Gökçe  sunag@bilgi.edu.tr

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