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Croatia Summit 2010:
South East Europe Facing Global Challenges,
Dubrovnik, July 9-10, 2010
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Friday, 9 July 2010
Opening Session

Opening remarks by:
Jadranka Kosor, Prime Minister
Ivo Josipović, President
Moderator: Jadranka Kosor, Prime Minister
Keynote speakers:
François Fillon, Prime Minister
Donald Tusk, Prime Minister
Borut Pahor, Prime Minister
Boyko Borissov, Prime Minister
Sali Berisha, Prime Minister

Saturday, 10 July 2010
Plenary Session

Economic Governance / Towards Prosperous Economies

Moderator: Đuro Popijač, Minister of Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship
Panellists
Hashim Thaçi, Prime Minister
Lisa Raitt, Minister of Labour
Lord Wallace of Saltaire, House of Lords
Timmy Dooley, Vice Chairman of the Joint Committee on European Affairs
Luc Liebaut, Director for South Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Zoltán Áldott, President of the Management Board, INA
Hido Biščević, Secretary General, Regional Cooperation Council

Global Security and Transatlantic Relations

Moderator: Branko Vukelić, Minister of Defence
Panellists
Juraj Chmiel, Minister for European Affairs
Carl Bildt, Minister for Foreign Affairs
Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, Secretary General, OSCE
Peter Ammon, State Secretary of the Federal Foreign Office
Mikołaj Dowgielewicz, State Secretary for European Affairs
Šaru-nas Adomavičius, Vice – Minister of Foreign Affairs
Robert Cooper, Director-General for External and Political-Military Affairs,
General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union
Antonio López-Istúriz White, MEP, European People’s Party, Secretary
General
Lord Anderson of Swansea, House of Lords
Aurélia Bouchez, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Regional,
Economic and Multilateral Affairs, NATO
Michael Haltzel, Johns Hopkins University

Future Vision for South East Europe

Moderator: Gordan Jandroković, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European
Integration
Panellists:
Michael Leigh, Director-General for Enlargement, European Commission
Ilir Meta, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs
Antonio Milošoski, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Milan Roćen, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Sven Alkalaj, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Skender Hyseni, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Michael Spindelegger, Federal Minister for European and International
Affairs
Nickolay Mladenov, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Dimitris Droutsas, Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs
János Martonyi, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Egemen Bagis, Minister for EU Affairs and Chief Negotiator
Hannes Swoboda, MEP, Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists &
Democrats, Vice-President; Rapporteur on Croatia

Concluding session

Luka Bebić, President of the Croatian Parliament
Jadranka Kosor, Prime Minister