2 February 2016
Athens Presentations and meetings on the Syrian refugee crisis
Gerald Knaus at ELIAMEP. Photo: ELIAMEP
Gerald Knaus at ELIAMEP. Photo: ELIAMEP

ESI's Gerald Knaus presented ESI's proposal for the solution of the refugee crisis at a briefing at the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP). A report on the biefing is available here.

On the second day of his visit, Gerald gave a presentation on the refugee crisis at the Swedish Embassy in Athens.

While in Athens, Gerald also had meetings with journalists and other EU diplomats. He also delivered a speech on the political transformation in Southeast Europe in the context of EU enlargement and the refugee crisis at a meeting of Swiss ambassadors to Southeastern Europe.

Gerald Knaus at the Swedish Embassy in Athens. Photo: Swedish Embassy in Athens
Gerald Knaus at the Swedish Embassy in Athens. Photo: Swedish Embassy in Athens
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