The panel will be hosted by the Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge and discuss how the relations between the United Kingdom and the Baltic States could develop in order to meet the evolving geopolitical challenges in Europe. The event will start at 17:00 and last around 1.5 hours. Video recording of the panel will be available at the Centre’s website.
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Saeima of Latvia Rihards Kols will be among the participants alongside Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Seimas of Lithuania Žygimantas Pavilionis and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu Marko Mihkelson.
The importance of UK-Baltic ties in meeting current geopolitical challenges in Europe— Centre for Geopolitics (@CamGeopolitics) November 7, 2023
Join our panel of Baltic parliamentarians to discuss how the UK-Baltic relationship could develop to meet geopolitical challenges
⏰15 Nov (17:00)
Former UK Home Secretary and co-founder of the Baltic Geopolitics Program at Cambridge Charles Clarke will chair the panel.
From Cambridge, the Chairs of the Foreign Affairs Committees of the three Baltic States will go to the Aurora Forum in held Chichester, where the issues relating to economy and security will be discussed with the participation of the representatives of the United Kingdom and the Nordic and Baltic countries.