The next event of the European café series of the CEID and the Equilibrium Institute will discuss China's presence in Central Europe and in the EU and their potential for regional cooperation.
How should be Chinese investments in Central Europe handled? What should be our key priorities towards China? How should we react to the human rights situation in China and how will the China question formulate the foreign policy decision-making of the European Union.
The event will review some of the most important developments of the past year with key politicians covering the topic on a daily level.
10.00-10.03 Opening remarks by Daniel Bartha, Director of Foreign Affairs of the Equilibrium Institute
10.03-10.05 Edit Inotai, Senior Fellow, CEID, the moderator of the event introduces the guests and the topic
10.05-10.15 Ms Katalin Cseh, Member of the European Parliament, Renew Europe (confirmed)
10.15-10.25 Mr Jan Lipavský, Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Committee on Defence and Committee on Foreign Affairs, Pirate Party ( to be confirmed)
10.25-10.50 Moderated discussion
10.50-11.00 Selected questions from the audience
Moderator will select from the questions sent through the chat function of Zoom.
11.00 End of the event
The series is supported by the ERSTE Foundation.