“You just need to think about what would happen if the European Union –the Commission, the Council, the Parliament and the Court– stopped working for 15 days, or to put it in more market-relevant terms, if the internal, single market stopped working. Just thinking about that, it becomes worthwhile defending and attempting to firmly establish the European idea,” said Mr.
It is with immense pleasure that ARGO invites all its members and friends to its forthcoming Dine & Discuss event during which Mr. Dimitri Nanopoulos, President of the Academy of Athens, will elaborate on the following:
“I was a crazy Greek, I was feeling able to squeeze the stone”
On 24 March 2015, ARGO held another successful Dine & Discuss event during which an overwhelming number of participants had the pleasure to meet Mr. Costas Simitis, Greek ex-Prime Minister and listen to his speech entitled “European Union’s prospects today. A new European policy is needed”.
Selected parts of his speech are here below cited (ARGO’s liberal translation in English):
We are particularly pleased to invite you to a dinner at 20:00 hours on Tuesday 24.3.2015.
The guest speaker will be the former Prime Minister, Mr. Costas Simitis.
The dinner will be held at Hotel Le Chatelain (Rue du Châtelain 17, 1000 Brussels, tel.: +32 (0)2 646 00 55, http://www.le-chatelain.com/
The Cyclades Micro-Brewery was set up from scratch on the island of Tinos amid the recession. 18 months after Nisos beer was launched, it’s won a prize as the world’s second best Pilsner, having won the Silver Prize in the European Beer Star competition, the Oscars of brewing one might say. That’s the highest accolade any Greek beer has ever won.