Minister for European Affairs Nathalie Loiseau will be in Štrbské Pleso (Slovakia) on October 27 and 28 to attend the Tatras Summit hosted by the Globsec think tank. The sixth annual edition of this gathering will bring together representatives of governments, European institutions, NGOs, and the private sector to debate current European political and economic issues.
The minister will speak at two sessions focusing on the future of the European Union. She will present French proposals to rebuild a sovereign, united and democratic Europe based on shared values and a protection agenda.
The minister will meet with her Slovak counterpart, Ivan Korčok. They will discuss current European issues in the wake of the European Council of October 19 and 20 and the Council agreement of October 23 on the revision of the 1996 Posting of Workers Directive. She will also meet with her counterparts from the Visegrád group (consisting of Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia).
She will also meet with Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kažimír, European deputy Elmar Brok, and European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic.