The event aimed at highlighting the celebration of 30 years since the fall of communism in Central and Eastern Europe and provided an opportunity to discuss the lessons learned from the transition processes in the countries of this region and to identify ways in which similar energies can be used to further a European and Euro-Atlantic future of the Western Balkans countries.

Taking into account the special attention given by the Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union to the Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership, the conference strove to identify, based on the Central and Eastern Europe experience, ways of encouraging and supporting the new generation of leaders and top experts from EU’s immediate neighbourhood to get more involved in their countries’ European and Euro-Atlantic perspective by active and honest commitment to European values.

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