Zagreb, 5 June 2014 – The closing session of the fifth UN Academy programme titled “UN, EU and Croatia on the international global scene” was held today at the House of Europe. The UN Academy was organised by the Croatian United Nations Association with the support of the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.
The panel focused on the position of the European Union in the United Nations and Croatia, as the youngest EU member. Participants of the panel were Branko Baričević, Head of the European Commission Representation in Croatia, Mladen Andrlić, PhD Director of the Diplomatic Academy, professor Davorin Lapaš, PhD regular professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law and expert on international law, professor Goran Bandov, PhD, vicedean of the University College of International Relations and Diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld and Mr Budimir Lončar, President of the Council for Foreign Policy and International Relations of the President of the Republic of Croatia. Panel discussion was moderated by Gianna Lusa, PhD from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Political Science.
At the end of a very interesting panel, Mladen Andrlić, PhD, Mr Budimir Lončar and Mr Alan Kečkeš, Director of UN Academy and vicepresident of CUNA, presented certificates of attendance to this year’s participants.