3 October 2017
Sarajevo – ESI meets EPP president Joseph Daul to discuss the future of EU policy towards Bosnia
ESIís Adnan Cerimagic meeting with EPPís president Joseph Daul in Sarajevo. Photo: EPP
ESI's Adnan Cerimagic meeting with EPP's president Joseph Daul in Sarajevo. Photo: EPP

ESI analyst Adnan Cerimagic took part in a meeting of Bosnian civil society with EPP President Joseph Daul. The meeting in a form of a working dinner took place in Sarajevo on 3 October 2017.   

Adnan presented ESI's latest reports and ideas on future of EU enlargement to the Western Balkans and socio-economic reforms in Bosnia. Other participants in the meeting included Mirna Buljugic, Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, Lejla Ibranovic, Transparency International, Denisa Sarajlic, Foreign Policy Initiative BH, and Lejla Bicakcic, Center for Investigative Reporting.

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