Cross Border Regions, neglected nucleus of the European Union?

The Bridge Forum Dialogue
in cooperation with the Fondation IDEA
request the honour of your presence

on TUESDAY 13 DECEMBER 2022 at 18:00

at a conference under the title

Cross Border Regions, neglected nucleus of the European Union?


Mr Marc Lemaître
Director General of DG REGIO at the EU Commission

Cross Border Regions:
chances and challenges for the EU


Mr Karl-Heinz Lambertz
Former President of the European Committee of the Regions
President of the Parliament of the Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft of Belgium
President of the European Association of the Border Regions

The Grande Region and the
Cross Border Regions in Europe

under the Chairmanship of

Mr Hugo Woestmann
on behalf of The Bridge Forum Dialogue

A questions and answers session will follow.

This conference shall be held in a hybrid format:

VIRTUALLY: A few days before the event,
the streaming link will be sent to the registered participants

IN PERSON: Location:
Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi, Luxembourg Kirchberg
Bus stop: « Léon Hengen », Tram: « Kirchberg – Coque »

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If you will attend the event “virtually” or “in person”



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