The Netherlands’ priorities during the EU presidency were presented and discussed with Cluj business sector at FSPAC talks.

The Netherlands Ambassador in Romania, Ms Stella Ronner-Grubačić was the special guest of the 4th FSPAC talks event that took place on February 22nd 2016. Ms Ronner-Grubačić initiated the discussion with the business sector presenting the four main priorities of the Dutch EU Presidency: integral approach to migration and international security; Europe as innovator and job creator; sound finances and a strong euro; and future-oriented climate and energy policy. At the same time, the representatives of the business sector from Cluj raised questions and started debates on issues, such as Schengen area, security, Euroscepticism, rule of law, Eurozone, and political challenges in different EU countries.

The business panel was hosted by The College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences (FSPAC). FSPAC Talks are designed as a series of debates dedicated exclusively to the business sector, through which FSPAC endeavors to analyze and discuss the most recent trends/developments from politics, administration, and business from Romania and Central and Eastern Europe.

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