Delegation to Australia
The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne, 21 August 2014
21/08/2014 - EU diplomacy tackles multiple challenges
Ambassador Sem Fabrizi interviewed by Waleed Aly for Radio National's "Drive" programme. "We are trying to solve diplomatically the crisis in Ukraine" said Ambassador Fabrizi, also touching on the situation in Iraq, trade with Asia and even the World Cup. Listen to the audio here.
Speech by HE Sem Fabrizi, EU Ambassador to Australia, to "European Women in Business" Melbourne, 20 August 2014 18.30.
This week I am visiting Melbourne to meet with the two EU Centres in Melbourne, University of Melbourne EU Centre and the EU Centre at RMIT. I have also delivered a speech on female entrepreneurship to European Women in Business, and provided a brief snapshot of EU trade policy to the Trade Commissioners' Group.
The European Union (EU) has invested €4.6million (A$6.6million) to establish six EU Centres across Australia and New Zealand for the 2014-2016 period. The EU Centres, co-funded by their host universities, include a wide variety of partners from all sectors of the community. The Centres were officially launched on 8 August 2014 by The Hon Bronwyn Bishop MP.
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