Europa-Forum Wachau 2007

“Citizen oriented Europe by people for people”

“Direct benefits of the European Union, such as the various support possibilities, have to be communicated. The best way to achieve that is through cooperation with the mayors. That enables communication and a lively discussion.”

Ursula Plassnik
2007

 

Saturday, June 2nd

“Citizen oriented Europe – by people for people”
  • Erwin Pröll
    Governor of Lower Austria, St. Pölten – Speech
  • Ursula Plassnik
    Federal Minister for European and International Affairs of the Republic of Austria, Vienna –
    Speech
  • Danuta Hübner
    EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, Brussels – Speech
  • Kinga Göncz
    Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Hungary, Budapest – Speech

Working Groups

  1. Security: common task in a uniting Europe
  2. The Danube Region – progress through identity
  3. Leading enterprises and small and mediumsized businesses (SMB) – strong partners for a prosperous economy
  4. Culture connects civilisations

Results of the working groups

 

Sunday, June 3rd

“The added value of Europe”
  • Johanna Mikl-Leitner
    Minister for Family, Generations and EU Affairs, Government of Lower Austria, President of the European Forum Wachau, St. Pölten/Krems, on behalf of Governor Erwin Pröll –
    Speech
  • José Sócrates
    Prime Minister of the Portuguese Republic, Lisbon –
    Speech
  • Wilhelm Molterer
    Vice Chancellor and Federal Minister of Finance of the Republic of Austria, Vienna –
    Speech

 

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