Panel: The Implications of the Idlib Crisis for Turkey and Europe

  • Date : 25/02/2020
  • Time : 12:00 : 13:30
  • Venue : Seta Brussels
  • End  : 25/02/2020
  • Address : Avenue des Arts 27, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

  • Moderator : Enes Bayraklı, SETA Brussels Coordinator
  • Speakers : 

    Keynote Speaker:

    Mehmet Kemal Bozay, Permanent Delegate of Turkey to the EU


    Joost Hiltermann, Crisis Group MENA Program Director

    Hasan Basri Yalçın, Director of Strategic Studies, SETA

    Necdet Özçelik, Terrorism Analyst

SETA Brussels is organizing a panel discussion entitled “The Implications of the Idlib Crisis for Turkey and Europe” on Thursday, February 25, 2020 at 12.00-13.30. The panel discussion will focus on the current humanitarian situation in Syria’s Idlib and its implications for Turkey and Europe. The panelists will discuss the current developments in Idlib and Syria from the geopolitical and humanitarian perspectives.

Coordinator of SETA Brussels Enes Bayraklı will moderate the panel. The panelists include Mehmet Kemal Bozay (Permanent Delegate of Turkey to the EU), Joost Hiltermann (Crisis Group MENA Program Director), Hasan Basri Yalçın (Director of Strategic Studies, SETA), and Necdet Özçelik (Terrorism Analyst).

The event will take place at the SETA Brussels office (3rd floor), Avenue des Arts 27, 1040 Brussels. After the panel a light lunch will be served.

Please confirm your participation by email at by 17:00 on February 24, and have a photo ID with you to enter the premises. The number of participants is limited.


Note: The panel will be held in English.