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Le ministre grec des Affaires étrangères, George Katrougkalos, et les membres grecs de l'ESSC et des organisations de la société civile grecque débattent du futur de l'Europe du point de vue de la Grèce

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Participating as keynote speaker in a high-level colloquium, organised by EESC President Dassis on "The position of Greece within the future of Europe", Greece’s Alternate Foreign Minister for European Affairs George Katrougkalos engaged in a lively exchange with Greek EESC members and the Presidents of the Greek civil society organisations represented at the Greek ESC. Athens, 21/12/17

Addressing current European developments, Mr Katrougalos analysed Greece's European policy highlighting the role of civil society. Exploring the role of the EESC and the Greek ESC, participants focused on economic and social challenges, which reflect civil society concerns in the context of Greece's European prospects.

Summarising conclusions, EESC President Dassis emphasised that this timely exchange will help maximize the contribution of EESC, and its Greek members, in promoting shared alternatives and solutions on how Greek civil society can address current challenges while preparing optimally for the future evolution scenario of the EU.

Greece’s Alternate Foreign Minister for European Affairs George Katrougkalos engaged in a lively exchange with Greek EESC members and the Presidents of the Greek civil society organisations represented at the Greek ESC.

Addressing current European developments, Mr Katrougalos analysed Greece's European policy highlighting the role of civil society. Exploring the role of the EESC and the Greek ESC, participants focused on economic and social challenges, which reflect civil society concerns in the context of Greece's European prospects.

Summarising conclusions, EESC President Dassis emphasised that this timely exchange will help maximize the contribution of EESC, and its Greek members, in promoting shared alternatives and solutions on how Greek civil society can address current challenges while preparing optimally for the future evolution scenario of the EU.