Marshall Center Hosts a Virtual COVID-19 Seminar for Alumni from Southeast Europe
The outreach program at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies hosted a “COVID-19 and Southeast Europe” Virtual Outreach Seminar with alumni from 11 Balkan countries on 21 May 2020. Alumni representing Republic of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, Hellenic Republic, Republic of Kosovo, Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Republic of Serbia and Republic of Slovenia participated in this interactive video seminar. The purpose of this event was to advance mutual understanding of the current and potential effects of coronavirus on the security environment in Southeast Europe. The event was led by the Dr. Matthew Rhodes, chair of the Marshall Center’s Regional Studies Department.
This Virtual Outreach Seminar aimed to facilitate the sharing of analysis and perspectives on impacts of the coronavirus on the regional security environment in Southeast Europe...”
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