For three days (October 15-17, 2010), the Romanian capital Bucharest will host works of European Regional Meeting of the Trilateral Commission. The meeting agenda includes discussions on solutions to the global economic crisis, but also issues concerning the Commission’s European region, especially in Eastern Europe (Black Sea area security, NATO reform, and the new security concept, energy policies). According to organizers, a careful scan about Romania and its vicinity will be chaired by BNR governor Mugur Isarescu and they will take part, the Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Baconschi, Mihai Tanasescu (IMF), Melescanu and former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva . On the last day of the meeting is scheduled for a debate on the roles and interests of the United States, Russia and Europe in the Black Sea region.
It will be in Bucharest, among others, Goldman Sachs chairman (and chairman of the London School of Economics), Peter Sutherland, President of JP Morgan Chase, Jacob Frenkel, Vice CDU, Michael Fuchs, president of the Munich Security Conference, Wolfgang Ischinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Adviser to President Jimmy Carter and the Trilateral Commission president between 1973-1976, President of National Bank of Poland, Marek Belka, President of National Bank of Romania, Mugur Isarescu, Vice-President of UBS, Vice-President of British American Tobacco, Vice-President of Ducati Energia, ambassadors, former ambassadors, political leaders and representatives of academic space of Europe, and representatives of the host country of the meeting.
Update: Move with “arms and baggage” to Moscow at the Munich Conference on Security Policy, a part of the Trilateral Commission members were very diplomatic and courteous shown with President Medvedev. According to the ambassador Dmitry Rogozin, Medvedev’s speech ended in applause of assistance. It seems that the meeting in Bucharest was a successful prelude to the meeting in the Gorky (where is the residence of the Russian president).