1. Feb 2016

As the European Union and Europe as a whole are facing unprecedented challenges, politicians, analysts, journalist as well as the general public keep looking for solutions and calling for thorough and strategic reforms for the Union. The Centre for European Affairs therefore feels privileged that its annual TATRA SUMMIT conference has for the past 4 years been providing the ground for fruitful expert and political discussions on the future of Europe.

The crisis of the Euro is far from over, so is the Ukrainian conflict. The EU has been struggling to cope with more and more migrant influxes and it must now negotiate a new set of rules to meet the demands of the United Kingdom, which might end up leaving the EU if its citizens decide so in the upcoming referendum.

All of these issues are to be debated in-depth at the fifth annual edition of TATRA SUMMIT in Bratislava, Slovakia. Stay tuned as the exact date of the conference shall be announced very soon.

As the European Union and Europe as a whole are facing unprecedented challenges, politicians, analysts, journalist as well as the general public keep looking for solutions and calling for thorough and strategic reforms for the Union. The Centre for European Affairs therefore feels privileged that its annual TATRA SUMMIT conference has for the past 4 years been providing the ground for fruitful expert and political discussions on the future of Europe.

The crisis of the Euro is far from over, so is the Ukrainian conflict. The EU has been struggling to cope with more and more migrant influxes and it must now negotiate a new set of rules to meet the demands of the United Kingdom, which might end up leaving the EU if its citizens decide so in the upcoming referendum.

All of these issues are to be debated in-depth at the fifth annual edition of TATRA SUMMIT in Bratislava, Slovakia. Stay tuned as the exact date of the conference shall be announced very soon.In the meantime, check out this video-teaser.