On November 28, 2019 in Wijnhaven-building campus of The Hague of Leiden University a public debate entitled “The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and its Legacy: Spheres of Influence in Europe” will take place.
Public debate is organized by SGTRS Foundation History of Totalitarian Regime and their Victims and BASIS (Bachelor Students of International Studies) with the cooperation of our European Institute on Communism Oppression, Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in the Hague and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Hague.
See the programme below:
28 November 2019
Location: Wijnhaven-building campus The Hague of Leiden University, room 2.02
17.00 Welcome by Vidmantas Purlys, Ambassador of Lithuania in the Netherlands
17.05 “The genesis of the Ribbentrop and Molotov pact and its consequences for the Baltic States”(by Dr. Kęstutis Kilinskas, Vilnius University)
17.25 The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and its long-term consequences (by Professor André Gerrits, Leiden University)
17.45-19.00 Panel discussion moderated by Adriaan Jacobovits de Szeged. Participants: Dr. Kęstutis Kilinskas; Professor Sławomir Dębski, Director of Polish Institute of International Affairs; Hugo Klijn, Senior Research Fellow of the Clingendael Institute and Professor André Gerrits.