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Rețeaua Progresistă-Globalistă cu Nume și Prenume : 2. Organizația "Friends Of Europe" - Membri de Vază

Soros și alți Bilderbergi - controlează și finanțează organizații derivate ale Grupului Bilderberg cum sunt :

"Friends of Europe" organizație condusă de Bilderbergul Etienne Davignon (cu Julien Cioloș, Sorin Ducaru și Daniel Dăianu - membri din România),

"eCFR - European Council On Foreign Relation" organizație condusă de Bilderbergul Carl Bildt (cu Iohannis - care a negat deși apărea pe site ca membru, Macovei - care și-a șters și ea apartenența, Pippidi, Dăianu, Sturza - membri) și cu

"Trilateral Comission" a cărui ramură europeană esre condusă de Bilderbergul Jean-Claude Trichet şi unde Isărescu e membru în Comitetul Executiv.

Bilderbergul Carl Bildt este șeful organizației "European Council on Foreign Relation" acolo unde sunt membri de rând: Klaus Iohannis (care a negat în mod penibil căci apărea pe site-ul lor. Iohannis a spus însă că "va fi bucuros și mândru să fie membru după președinție"), Monica Macovei, Alina Mungiu Pippidi, Daniel Dăianu

Bilderbergul Etienne Davignon este șeful organizației "Friends of Europe" acolo unde Dacian Cioloș e membru de încredere ("trustee member") - (organizație "Friends of Europe e finanțată de SOROS, care e și Stakeholder - director în Consiliu de Supraveghere)

Friends of Europe - Membri de Vază

Notă: Apartenența La Grupul Bilderberg și la alte Organizații progresisto-globaliste (ex. Comisia Trilaterală, eCFR, etc) nu e completă, am pus-o doar pentru câțiva.

"Transparentul" progresist Julien Cioloș și-a șters poza de pe site-ul "Friends of Europe" după dezvăluirea apartenenței sale la această organizație făcută în premieră în România de Fluierul.ro, dar desigur că în realitate, apare în continuare ca membru al acestei organziații

Friends Of Europe e înregistrată ca Organizație de Lobby pe lângă Uniunea Europeană (vezi mai jos detaliile de înregistrare ca organizație de lobby la UE).

Bugetul anual al organizației e un purcoi de bani: 2,774,000 € anual. Soros e (printre alții) finanțator și Stakeholder. Organizația e plină de Bilderbergi care în paralel au avut funcții cheie în UE.

Pagina cu finanțarea, a organizației dă "page not found".

Membri "Friends Of Europe" din România sunt Julien Cioloș, Sorin Ducaru (ambasadorul României la NATO) și Daniel Dăianu (membru în Consiliul de Administrație al BNR și probabil viitorul șef al BNR după retragerea lui Isărescu, Dăianu este și membru eCFR)

Iohannis cu Pippidi, Macovei și Dăianu apăreau ca membri ai altei organizații condusă de Bilderbergul Carl Bildt. Klaus Werner Iohannis și Monica Macovei și-au șters pozele de pe site-ul organizației eCFR, așa cum Julien Cioloș și-a șters poza de pe site-ul organizației "Friend of Europe"

Isărescu este membru în comitetul executiv al celei de-a treia organizații cheie pline de Bilderbergi (care o și conduc): "Comisia Trilaterală" - o organizație tot privată, care e orientată spre bănci și activități financiare.

    Profile of registrant

Friends of Europe

Identification number in the register: 99436366768-45
Registration date: 23/09/2011 11:14:09

The information on this entity was last modified on: 28/04/2017 10:15:46
The date of the last annual update was: 28/04/2017 10:15:46
Next update due latest on: 28/04/2018

    Registrant : Organisation or self-employed individual

Friends of Europe



    Section of registration

IV - Think tanks, research and academic institutions

Think tanks and research institutions

    Contact details

Rue de la Science, 4
Brussels 1000


    Person with legal responsibility

Mr  Geert Cami

Co-Founder and ManagingDirector

    Person in charge of EU relations

Mr  Geert Cami

Co-Founder and Managing Director

    Goals / remit

Friends of Europe is an independent not-for-profit Brussels-based tank that connects people, stimulates debate and triggers change to create a more inclusive, sustainable and forward-looking Europe. This is achieved through our debates, conferences, working groups, reports and recommendations which provide bold and ambitious but practical solutions. We aim to be catalysts for change and believe that real solutions come from transforming mind-sets through the confrontation of ideas and the breaking down of silos between politicians, businesses and civil society. Believing that change is achieved through inclusive policies and action, we reach out to and work with a wide network of policymakers, international organisations, civil society representatives, business leaders, academics, the media and citizens across Europe and beyond. We have no national or party political bias and ensure that all viewpoints are represented in our activities and publications. We foster open, insightful and provocative debates to stimulate fresh ideas and creative thinking. Our portfolio of events and reports means that Friends of Europe contributes ideas and leads the debate on a wide range of EU-related issues. We offer Europe’s citizens an opportunity to take an active transformational role in shaping their environment. We use ground-breaking online brainstorms to bring different stakeholder groups together from all over the world and constantly innovate in how we convene and shape discussions.

  • European
  • global

    Specific activities covered by the Register

• Energy and Climate
• Asia, Africa and Emerging Economies
• International Development
• Migration and Integration
• Citizens’ Europe
• Health and Wellbeing
• Peace, Security and Defence
• Education and Skills
• New Economic Models

European Young Leaders [EYL40] (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/policy-area/future-europe/european-young-leaders/)
Debating Europe (http://www.debatingeurope.eu/)
State of Europe high-level roundtable (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/event/the-state-of-europe-2016-disruption-disorder-and-division-decision-time-for-europe/)
REPORT | State of Europe 2016 seeks way ahead for Europe in crisis (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/future-europe/report-state-europe-2016-seeks-way-ahead-europe-crisis/)
REPORT | 2016 Security Jam – Beyond conventional security challenges (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/security-europe/report-2016-security-jam-beyond-conventional-security-challenges/)
2016 SECURITY JAM – 10 steps for a safer world (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/security-europe/10-steps-for-a-safer-world/)
REPORT | European leadership in the 21st century (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/future-europe/european-leadership-21st-century-might-eu-project-rebuilt/)
REPORT | THE EU, BREXIT AND INDIA – Adapting to changing landscapes (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/eu-brexit-india-adapting-changing-landscapes/)
REPORT | HEALTH THREATS – Policies to counter risks to global health (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/quality-europe/report-health-threats-policies-counter-risks-global-health/)
REPORT | EU-ASEAN: From words to actions – the business view (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/report-eu-asean-words-actions-business-view/)
Ten ideas to make Europe more relevant to its citizens (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/future-europe/ten-ideas-make-europe-relevant-citizens/)
REPORT | What next for EU-China relations? (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/what-next-for-eu-china-relations/)
REPORT | TIME FOR PEACE – Europe’s challenge in Africa and the Middle East (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/report-time-for-peace-europes-challenge-in-africa-and-the-middle-east/)
REPORT | China, Europe and Economic Transformation (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/china-europe-and-economic-transformation/)
REPORT | Implementing Agenda 2030 – No money, no SDGs (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/implementing-agenda-2030-no-money-no-sdgs/)
REPORT | How can technology help in the refugee crisis? (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/future-europe/how-can-technology-help-in-the-refugee-crisis/)
REPORT | Time to think urban – The challenge of building smart, sustainable cities (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/report-time-to-think-urban-the-challenge-of-building-smart-sustainable-cities/)
EU-CHINA RELATIONS | New directions, new priorities (http://www.friendsofeurope.org/global-europe/eu-china-relations-new-directions-new-priorities/)





Friends of Europe is an independent think tank that produces analysis of policy developments, organises debates, publishes reports and engages in pan-European dialogues on a more efficient, more forward-looking, inclusive and sustainable Europe.
Given the broad definition of the scope of the Transparency register which covers “all activities designed to influence – directly or indirectly – policymaking, policy implementation and decision-making in the EU institutions”, in a large interpretation virtually all of Friends of Europe’s activities may be said to fall under it. In 2016, Friends of Europe organised over 60 events, issued over 50 publications, and organised massive on-line debates. Details of all of which may be found on www.friendsofeurope.org

    Number of persons involved in the activities described in the box above

100%: 20   50%: 1  



Friends of Europe’s day-to-day activities include organising conferences and debates and publishing reports and policy briefs. In this sense and as requested by the European Commission, all of Friends of Europe’s staff may be said to be engaged in activities falling under the scope of the Transparency register even if a number of them only deal with logistics of events, layout of reports, accounting, IT support, etc... The objective of Friends of Europe’s activities is to foster discussion and debate among the EU’s leaders and citizens on the issues that shape their future and to debate and circulate useful ideas for a more forward-looking, inclusive and sustainable Europe, obviously NOT to push any specific political or business interest.

    Persons accredited for access to European Parliament premises

First name Surname Start Date End Date
Geert Luc Frans CAMI 14/12/2017 13/12/2018

    Fields of interest

  • Audiovisual and Media
  • Climate Action
  • Communication
  • Competition
  • Culture
  • Development
  • Economic and Financial Affairs
  • Education
  • Employment and Social Affairs
  • Energy
  • Enlargement
  • Environment
  • External Relations
  • Food Safety
  • Foreign and Security Policy and Defence
  • Home Affairs
  • Humanitarian Aid
  • Information Society
  • Internal Market
  • Justice and Fundamental Rights
  • Public Health
  • Research and Technology
  • Sport
  • Trade
  • Trans-European Networks
  • Transport
  • Youth

    Membership and affiliation


Friends of Europe values the engagement of a wide range of stakeholders in our activities including members who pay an annual participation fee and associate partners that have been involved in specific projects and events, either by supporting financially or in kind.

European Youth Press
Avio Aero
Dober Partners
European Healthcare Distribution Association (GIRP)
Fundación Empresarial Comunidad Europea Chile
Mission of Morocco to the EU
Permanent Representation of Romania to the EU
Swiss German University
Weber Shandwick
Mission of the People's Republic of China to the EU
Green European Foundation
European University Institute
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
Mission of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the EU
New Bulgarian Media Group Holding (NBMG)
Representation of Steiermark to the EU
Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA)
EU-ASEAN Business Council
European Youth Parliament
EOLY, Colruyt Group
European Space Agency (ESA)
Independent Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (MÜSİAD)
Mission of Albania to the EU
Mitsui & Co. Benelux
Representation of Carinthia Region to the EU
Toyota Motor Europe
Electricité de France (EDF)
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)
European Disability Forum
Dutch Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
European Landowners' Organization (ELO)
Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy Group (LVMH)
Mission of Norway to the EU
Permanent Representation of Sweden to the EU
Telenor Group
Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the EU
Européens Sans Frontières
United Nations/UNDP Representation Office in Brussels
Compassion in World Farming
European Crop Protection Association (ECPA)
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Mission of India to the EU
PepsiCo Europe
Scotch Whisky Association
Union of European Petroleum Independents (UPEI)
Erasmus Student Network
Embassy of Kosovo to Belgium
European Lime Association (EULA)
Geelmuyden Kiese Brussels
Mission of Peru to EU
Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU
Teva Europe
Wintershall Holding
Regional Cooperation Council (RCC)
European Student Think Tank
Belgian Finance Federation (FEBELFIN)
Embassy of Laos in Belgium
European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS)
GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals (GSK)
McKinsey Global Institute
Mission of South Korea to the EU
The Coca-Cola Company
World Health Organization (WHO)
Bertelsmann Stiftung
Embassy of Namibia to Belgium
European Organisation for Technical Approvals (EOTA)
Government of Catalonia Delegation to the EU
Medicines for Europe
Mission of Switzerland to the EU
The Europe-Africa-Caribbean-Pacific Liaison Committee (COLEACP)
World Vision International
Sasakawa Peace Foundation
OBESSU – Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions
APCO Worldwide
European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)
Japan Machinery Centre for Trade & Investment (JMC)
Mission of Malaysia to the EU
Permanent Representation of France to the EU
SRM - Economic Research Center
Visa Europe
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS)
Citizens for Europe
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Embassy of the United Arab Emirates to Belgium
European Organisation of Military Associations (EUROMIL)
Hanse Office
MedTech Europe
Mission of the Philippines to the EU
Polish Chamber of Insurance
The European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers (CECED)
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
European Students’ Union
Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (APEX)
European Petrochemical Association (EPCA)
Heineken International
Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD)
Mission of the Russian Federation to NATO
Press Club Brussels Europe
The ONE Campaign
Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
UNICA - The Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe
BT Group
Energy Norway
European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA)
Merifin Capital
Mission of the Russian Federation to the EU
The Shift Project
Booz Allen & Hamilton
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP)
European Atomic Energy Forum (FORATOM)
Evens Foundation
International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)
Mission of Chile to the EU
Novartis Public Affairs
Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the EU
Turkish Industry & Business Association (TÜSIAD)
European Investment Bank (EIB)
Central Bank of Indonesia
European Association of the Machine Tools Industries (CECIMO)
European Youth Forum (YFJ)
Interel European Affairs
Mission of Brunei Darussalam to the EU
New Bulgarian University
Representation of the State North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU
Transparency International EU Office
European Foundation for the Improvement of Working and Living Conditions
Rock The Union
Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst (AECC)
DAI Brussels sprl
European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA)
Friends of the Supergrid
KBC Group
Mission of Mexico to the EU
Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU
Statnett EU office
Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency (AWEX)
McKinsey & Company
YEN - Youth of European nationalities
Aurel Vlaicu University
Deutsche Post DHL Group
European Federation of Twine, Rope and Netting Industries (EUROCORD)
FTI Consulting
Korean International Trade Association (KITA)
Mission of Montenegro to the EU
Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU
Steps Management
Mission of Thailand to the EU
European Digital Rights
The World Bank Group
Chevron EU Affairs
European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA)
International Council for Human Development (ICHD)
Mission of Costa Rica to the EU
Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI)
Rio Tinto
UN Women
European Renewable Ethanol Association (ePURE)
Inter Alia
21st Century Fox
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)
European Cultural Foundation (ECF)
Fertilizers Europe
International Fragrance Association (IFRA)
Mission of Indonesia to the EU
Permanent Delegation of Turkey to the EU
Shell International
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Czech Debating Society
AVSI Foundation
Dow Chemical
European Heating Oil Association (EUROFUEL)
G+ Europe
Mission of New Zealand to the EU
Permanent Representation of Spain to the EU
Taipei Representative Office in the EU and Belgium
White & Case
Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS)
AEGEE-Europe / European Students' Forum
Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l'energia e lo sviluppo economico
Confederation of European Senior Expert Services (CESES)
European Development Finance Institutions (EDFI)
Finnish Energy
International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA)
Mission of Japan to the EU
Permanent Representation of Belgium to the EU
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Huawei Technologies
Young European Federalists (JEF)
American Chamber of Commerce to the EU (AmCham EU)
European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI)
Iulia Invest
Mission of Laos to the EU
Permanent Representation of Denmark to the EU
Sigmund Hutter
UNITEE - New European Business Confederation
John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
European Movement International
Business France
Euclid Network
European Technical Lubricants Industry Association (ATIEL)
Institute for Scientific Advancement of the South (ISAS)
Mission of Australia to the EU
MOL Group
Representation of Somaliland to the EU
Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP)
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
Osservatorio balcani e caucasa
United Nations Volunteers (UNV)
Cisco Systems
European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)
International Federation for Animal Health (IFAH)
Mission of Guatemala to the EU
Oxfam International EU Advocacy Office
Rio Tinto Limited
Fondazione Cariplo
Student Forum Maastricht
European Society for Engineers and Industrialists
ICF Mostra
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgium
Mission of Uruguay to the EU
Hamburg Chamber of Commerce
Eyes on Europe
Aids Healthcare Foundation
Continental AG
European Energy Research Alliance (EERA)
Fipra International
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Mission of Kuwait to the EU
Permanent Representation of Cyprus to the EU
United Technologies Corporation (UTC)
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE)
European Salt Producers' Association (EUSALT)
Mission of the United States of America to the EU
Procter & Gamble
Third Generation Environmentalism (E3G)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
U.S. European Command (USEUCOM)

  • PERU

    Financial data

01/2016  -  12/2016

2,750,000 € - 2,999,999 €

2,774,000 €

1,085,907 €

0 €


255,948 €

Europe for Citizens programme of the European Commission Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency; European Investment Bank, European Parliament

798,959 €

0 €

31,000 €

1,688,093 €

0 €

496,706 €

312,537 €

878,850 €

In relation to the estimated costs attributable to activities covered by the Register: Following clarifications from the European Commission, Friends of Europe has now listed its entire budget in the estimate of the annual costs related to activities covered by the register, therefore including all staff as well as costs such as IT, catering, printing. Friends of Europe’s day-to-day activities include organising conferences and debates and publishing reports and policy briefs. In this sense, all of Friends of Europe’s budget involved in these activities may be said to be engaged in activities falling under the scope of the Transparency register. However, it should be stressed that the objective of Friends of Europe’s activities is to foster discussion and debate among the EU’s leaders and citizens on the issues that shape their future and to debate and circulate useful ideas for a more forward-looking, inclusive and sustainable Europe, NOT to push any specific political or business interest. Friends of Europe therefore does not have nor use any funds for lobbying for a specific business or political cause.
In 2015, Friends of Europe set up a Transparency and Independence Board which helps define, refine and verify its credentials in terms of financial transparency and independence. Members include: Alberto Alemanno, Stephanie Blenckner, Thomas Fischer, Monica Frassoni, Gie Goris, Philippe Maze-Sencier, Conny Reuter and Jonathan Worth.
Friends of Europe has a strong track record of successful partnerships with a range of public and private organisations. These partnerships enable Friends of Europe to cement its pan-European standing and to achieve its aim of improving communication between the EU and its citizens.
Friends of Europe’s sources of finance include European and international institutions, governments, diplomatic missions, regional offices, foundations, NGOs, business and industry, SMEs, trade associations and chambers of commerce.
Friends of Europe does not represent the interests of its members who in fact pay an annual "participation fee" without any other prerogative or role in the governance of Friends of Europe. Membership guarantees participation at all our debates, hard copies of our reports and networking opportunities.
In addition to membership, Friends of Europe offers a number of partnership packages (project support), ranging from small agreements for a single debate or report to multi-annual agreements for a series of high-level activities.
Friends of Europe is an independent think-tank for EU policy analysis and debate. It is politically neutral, does not have party-political or national bias and does not represent any corporate or other interest. It advocates a better understanding of the challenges facing Europe and its citizens and the discussion and circulation of ideas on a more efficient, more forward-looking, inclusive and sustainable Europe. Friends of Europe therefore does not have or use any funds for lobbying for a specific business or political cause.
For further information on Friends of Europe’s members and sources of financing, including membership and partnership, please see the Financing and Membership pages on our website: http://www.friendsofeurope.org/financing/ - http://www.friendsofeurope.org/membership/

Friends Of Europe - Membri de Vază

Etienne Davignon (Bilderberg, fost șef al Grupului Bilderberg, actualul șef al "Friends of Europe")

President of Friends of Europe, Belgian Minister of State and former European Commission Vice-President

Etienne is one of the few statesmen in Europe who has been actively involved in EU affairs from the beginning, from his early role as Chief of Staff to Paul-Henri Spaak to today. He has held high-level positions in both the public and private sectors, including as Vice-President of the European Commission, President of the Société Générale de Belgique, first President of the International Energy Agency and through various board mandates.

Joaquín Almunia (Bilderberg, fost vicepreședinte al Comisiei Europene în perioada 2010-2014 în comisia Bilderbergului Barroso - rol pe care îl are astăzi Bilderbergul Frans Timmermans în comisia Juncker)

Visiting Professor at LSE and Sciences Po Paris and Vice-President of the European Commission (2010-2014)

Joaquín Almunia is Visiting Professor at LSE and Sciences Po Paris and an experienced politician who was responsible for competition policy at the European Commission. From 2010 to 2014, he has led the efforts to control the state aid granted to banks during the crisis and ensure fair competition between businesses and companies. Prior to that, he was responsible for Economic and Monetary Affairs during European Commission President Barroso’s previous mandate.


Într-un discurs ținut în plenul Parlamentului European, britanicul Gerard Batten a evidențiat subterfugiile grupului Bilderberg și a tras un semnal de alarmă în legătură cu complicitatea mass-media în aceste jocuri. "De ce nu scrie presa despre întâlnirile grupului Bilderberg?", s-a adresat fondatorul Partidul Independent al Marii Britanii către Comisia Europeană.

Europarlamentarul a primit un răspuns la întrebarea sa, prezentându-l tot în plenul Parlamentului European:

"Comisia (europeană) mi-a răspuns recent la întrebarea scrisă pe care i-am adresat-o, confirmându-mi despre comisarii (Joaquin) Almunia şi (Neelie) Kroes că au participat la întâlnirea grupului Bilderberg, care a avut loc în Saint-Moritz, în luna iunie. Comisia nu îmi poate da detalii cu privire la ce s-a discutat acolo, dar mă asigură că în cadrul întâlnirilor Clubului Bilderberg nu sunt luate decizii (politice)", sună răspunsul primit de Batten din partea CE.

Mai departe, fondatorul Partidului Independent din insulă lansează o teorie potrivit căreia grupul Bilderberg, cu complicitatea presei și a CE, participă la o conspirație ce are ca scop final "instalarea unui guvern mondial nedemocratic".

"Dacă la întâlnirile grupului Bilderberg se discută lucruri nesemnificative, de ce atunci, cele mai importante personalităţi ale lumii, inclusiv George Osborne, Ministrul de Finanţe (al Marii Britanii), se deranjază să participe? Câţi alţi conducători de vârf din politică, finanţe şi afaceri participă (la această adunare) fără a se raporta acest lucru nici la principalul canal de ştiri, BBC?

Îmi este imposibil să nu concluzionez că ascunderea acestor evenimente este o conspiraţie între organizatori (grupul Bilderberg) şi mass-media. Acest fapt pur şi simplu confirmă părerea multor oameni, că prin agenda secretă, ascunsă nouă, scopul grupului Bilderberg este instalarea unui guvern mondial nedemocratic. Este o ruşine faptul că şi Comisia Europeană complotează la aşa ceva", a arătat Gerard Batten, făcând referire la precedenta întâlnire a grupului Bilderberg, care a avut loc în iunie 2011, la St. Moritz, Elveția.

În 2013 întâlnirea grupului Bilderberg a avut loc în perioada 6-9 iunie 2013, în Hertfordshire, Marea Britanie.

László Andor

Head of Department of Economic Policy at Corvinus University, Budapest and European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (2010-2014)

László Andor is a Hungarian economist and politician. He currently holds the position of Head of Department of Economic Policy at Corvinus University in Budapest and is a Senior Fellow at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. He was also European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion during José Manuel Barroso second term. Before his time as Commissioner, he was a Member of the Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), representing the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary and Slovakia.

Michel Barnier (Bilderberg, fost Comisar european între 2010 - 2014 în Comisia Barroso, actualul negociator șef pentru Brexit din partea UE - așa cum vedeți Bilderbergii au mare grijă ca să negocieze chiar ei Brexitul)

European Commission lead Brexit negotiator and European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services (2010-2014)

Michel Barnier is a French politician with a particular expertise in security and defence policy. He currently serves as the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator. Previously, he was elected as Member of the European Parliament and the President of the French Delegation of the EPP. Afterwards, he worked as European Commissioner and then Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Internal Market and Services.

Enrique Barón Crespo

President of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and European Parliament President (1989-1992)

Enrique Barón Crespo is a Spanish politician, economist and lawyer. A Member of European Parliament for over twenty years, he served as President of the European Parliament and of the Socialist Group in the European Parliament. Additionally, he chaired the Foreign Affairs Committee and the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament. He is the author of numerous books on a range of global and European issues, which were translated in several other languages.

Xavier Bettel

Prime Minister of Luxembourg

Xavier Bettel is a Luxembourgish politician and lawyer who serves as the 24th Prime Minister of Luxembourg after succeeding Jean-Claude Juncker. Before becoming Prime Minister, he has held posts as Mayor of Luxembourg City, Member of the Chamber of Deputies and Member of the Luxembourg City communal council. Parallel to the beginnings of his political career, he has also practised as a lawyer, having studied, amongst others, Public and European Law.

Carl Bildt (Bilderberg, Co-Președinte al celeilalte organizații progresiste cheie "eCFR - European Council on Foreign Relations", acolo unde e?/era membru și Iohannis care și-a șters și el poza, și unde e membru și Pippidi)

Co-Chair European Council on Foreign Relations, Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs (2006-2014) and former Swedish Prime Minister

A renowned international diplomat, Carl Bildt led the Swedish government that negotiated and signed Sweden’s accession to the EU and modernised its welfare system. He later served as Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs and was one of the initiators of the EU’s Easter Partnership and of EU engagement in the Middle East. Most recently, he chaired the Global Commission on Internet Governance that produced original research and recommendations on topics such as cyber security, internet freedom and the dark web.

Joachim Bitterlich

Professor at ESCP Europe and Diplomatic Advisor to Helmut Kohl (1987-1998)

Joachim Bitterlich is a lawyer and former German diplomat. He was adviser to Helmut Kohl, first for European politics and then leading the Department for Foreign, Development and Security Policy at the Federal Chancellery. Throughout his diplomatic career, he served in Algeria, Spain and as the German Ambassador to NATO. With his extensive experience on China, Bitterlich is also Vice-President of the Comité France-Chine, Member of the China Advisory Council and was the first European to be invited to take part in the annual Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) in 2001. Currently, he works as a professor at ESCP Europe in Paris. 

Prof. Joachim Bitterlich, CBE - la nivelul anului 2013

Ambassador (ret)

Diplomacy – Politics – Business

Geopolitics – European Policy – Strategy – Management

Born July 10, 1948, at Saarbrücken-Dudweiler, Germany

Studies of Law, Economics and Politics at the University of Saarbrücken, research assistant at the same university. Studies at the French National

School of Administration (ENA) in Paris (1974-75). Second state examination in law (1976)

1976: Entry into the Federal Foreign Office, posted to Algiers (1978-81) and

Brussels (Permanent Representation to the European Communities –1981-85).

Advisor in the private office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hans-Dietrich Genscher (1985-87)

Head of the European Policy Department at the Federal Chancellor's Office,

European Affairs Advisor to Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl (1987-93);

European, Foreign and Security Policy Advisor to Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl (1993-98)

Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Federal Republic of Germany on the North Atlantic Council Brussels (1998-99), Ambassador of the Federal

Republic of Germany to the Kingdom of Spain and the Principality of Andorra (1999-2002)

Executive Vice President International Affairs Veolia Environnement Paris (2003-2012), Chairman Veolia Environnement Germany, Berlin (2009-2012)

Specific Mandates – Membership in boards, in particular:

Presidential Board DEKRA e.V., Stuttgart – Germany,

Senior Advisor Cranemere, Frankfurt/London/New York

Board of Administration of HESAM Paris (Pôle de recherche et d’enseignement supérieur “Hautes Etudes-Sorbonne-Arts et Métiers”), Board of Administration Ecole Nationale d'Administration ENA, Paris/Strasbourg,

March 2013

Managing Committee Commission “Europe” of MEDEF Paris,

Vice-President think tank “Notre Europe - Institut Jacques Delors”, Paris;

Board of Trustees of « Friends of Europe » Brussels

Advisory Board of the Franco-German Business Club (CEFA), Paris

Vice-President Franco-German Business Club, Berlin

Advisory Board Instituto Universitario de Estudios Europeos, Universidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid

Think Tank “People for Global Transformation” (Co-Founder Sam Pitroda and Hubert Védrine), New Delhi/India

Advisory Board of two start-ups in France (Emulsar) and in Munich/Washington (FairObserver)

Co-Chairman and Co-Founder “Club Rhénan” Paris (together with Jean-Dominique Giuliani)

Professor at the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP Europe)

Former mandates :

- Board of Administration Veolia Environmental Services (2003 - 2012) and Veolia Transport Paris (2003 - 2011)

- Supervisory Board EnBW AG – Energie Baden-Württemberg – Karlsruhe/Stuttgart (2003 – 2008)

- Board of Administration of MEDEF International Paris, Vice-President of the Committee France-China (2003-2012)

Comprehensive experience and network capabilities in economic and public affairs in Europe and at the international level, continously built up since more than 25 years; particular expertise in the field of European and transatlantic affairs, with regard to Russia, the Middle East, Asia and to other emerging markets Member of different German, French and International Associations (among them Le Siècle Paris, Confrontations Europe Paris; Wirtschaftsrat Berlin, DGAP Berlin (German Society for Foreign Policy); Atlantik Brücke Berlin; IISS London, Euro 50, Bretton Woods C’tee; TPN – Transatlantic Policy Network, Brussels/Washington DC; IERI Brussels; Boao-Forum, China); March 2013

Member of Rotary (RC Paris Concorde)

Regular conferences and publications, in particular in the field of international and European Policy (among others “Europa – mission impossible?” Düsseldorf and Paris 2005;

Co-author of "EU- Treaties – Legal Commentary", edited by Prof. Dr. Carl-Otto Lenz, and Prof. Dr Klaus-Dieter Borchardt – from 2nd to 6th ed. Cologne 2012;

coauthor (since 2007) of the Yearbook on the “state of the (European) Union” edited by the Schuman-Foundation, Paris.

Franziska Katharina Brantner

Member of the German Bundestag and Member of the European Parliament (2009-2013)

Franziska Katharina Brantner is a German politician. Since 2013, she is Member of the German Parliament for the Green Party where she has served as Chairwoman of the parliamentary Sub-Committee for Civilian Crisis Prevention and as member of the Committee on Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth. Previously, she was a Member of the European Parliament where she worked, amongst others, on foreign affairs, security and defence issues. As such, she was member of the Peace and Security Commission of the Green national party and one of the authors of the party's manifesto for the European election in 2009.

Elmar Brok (L-a susținut pe Iohannis la alegerile prezidențiale din 2014 după ce anterior a propus amprentarea românilor și bulgarilor care ajung în Germania)

Member of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs

Elmar Brok has been a Member of the European Parliament since 1980, best known for his role as chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs from 1999 to 2007. Brok has held many leadership positions in German and European politics. As a member of the Convention on the Constitution for Europe and in the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, Brok is widely credited with contributing crucially to the Constitution of the European Union. He is currently the President of the Union of European Federalists (UEF).

19 octombrie 2014

Candidatul ACL, Klaus Iohannis, s-a întâlnit vineri, în Sibiu, cu europarlamentarul german Elmar Brok, cel care, la începutul acestui an, propunea amprentarea imigranţilor români.

Elmar Brok, membru al Uniunii Creştin Democrate (UCD) şi preşedintele Comisiei pentru Afaceri Externe din Parlamentul European şi-a manifestat sprijinul pentru Klaus Iohannis, pe care şi-l imaginează "foarte bine" ca fiind viitorul preşedinte al României.

"Pot să vă confirm că se bucură de un sprijin extraordinar de larg în interiorul PPE, în interiorul grupului PPE din PE, din partea reprezentanţilor tuturor naţiunilor reprezentate acolo", a declarat Elmar Brok într-o conferinţă de presă, potrivit Mediafax.

Premierul Victor Ponta l-a criticat pe Klaus Iohannis, pentru întâlnirea pe care a avut-o cu europarlamentarul german.

"Dl Brok știu că este unul dintre liderii PPE care și în 2012 și după aceea s-a exprimat extrem de dur la adresa României și a românilor, domnia sa a fost și cel care a avut ideea aceea cu amprentarea, la care bine că a renunțat. Eu nu știu dacă dl Iohannis este de acord ca românii să fie amprentați sau dacă este de acord cu faptul că în România s-a dat o lovitură de stat în 2012, că asta spunea dl Brok. Și vreau să știu dacă dl Iohannis spune că s-a dat o lovitură de stat în 2012. În general, dl Iohannis nu prea știe ce se întâmplă pe plan european, nu-i cunoaște pe liderii europeni, iar acești lideri PPE au fost aduși de PNL și dânsul necunoscând PPE-ul, PDL-ul, face gafe. Nu cred că e bine să anunți că ești prieten cu cel care zicea să fie amprentați românii", a declarat Ponta sâmbătă, potrivit DC News.

La începutul acestui an, Elmar Brok a propus amprentarea imigranţilor români, prcizând că persoanele care vin în Germania pentru a cere ajutoare sociale trebuie trimise înapoi în ţara de origine. Prin amprentare, autorităţile din Germania i-ar fi putut depista pe cei care se întorc în Germania după expulzare.

sursa: http://evz.ro/iohannis-elmar-brok.html

John Bruton

Advisor to Fair Observer and Prime Minister of Ireland’s Rainbow Coalition government (1994-1997)

John Bruton is an Irish politician and former Taoiseach who played a pivotal role in developing Ireland's relations with the European Union. During his tenure, Ireland held the Presidency of the European Union and was instrumental in finalising the Stability and Growth Pact. After a long career in Irish politics with several ministerial posts, he served as the Ambassador of the European Union to the United States and as Vice-President of the European People's Party (EPP). He currently works as an Advisor to Fair Observer, a nonprofit media organisation.

Pat Cox (Bilderberg)

President of Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe and President of the European Parliament (2002-2004)

Pat Cox is an Irish politician and former television current affairs presenter. During his political career, he served as a Member of the European Parliament for over fifteen years and also as President of the European Parliament. Among other achievements, he received the 2004 Charlemagne Prize for his efforts in the eastward expansion of the European Union. After his tenure as MEP, Cox became President of the European Movement International in Brussels until 2010 and currently serves as the President of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe in Lausanne.


Speaking from the Agricultural Science Association Conference today at Castleknock Hotel, Farmers for No spokesman Mr David Thompson, a former president of the Agricultural Science Association said it was ‘quite nauseating to hear Pat Cox lecture conference participants about the importance of transparency today when it certainly appears he does not practice it himself. ‘It is absolutely ludicrous for Pat Cox to be preaching about transparency when he has attended a secret and elitist Bilderberg Meeting in May 2003 at the invitation of Peter Sutherland, after which Cox’s attendance was not officially disclosed.

‘This is the same Pat Cox, who while President of the European Parliament agreed with Romano Prodi that the investigative report into wholesale abuse and corruption of the EU budget, called the EUrostat scandal, be kept secret.

‘Only a select group of MEPs were permitted to see the audit and report, and then only in a darkened room, under surveillance from security guards, having been denied the use of a photocopier, camera or even mobile phone, and after having been forced to sign a declaration promising not to reveal the contents of the report. When a hearing was held to discuss the results, it was Cox and Prodi who ensured that the results of the use of taxpayers' money never became public.

‘Corporate Europe Observatory also recently addressed the subject of Mr Cox's lack of transparency. They pointed out that he is director of two lobby firms, Strategic Consulting firm CAPA Ltd and European Integration Solutions, but has chosen not to register these voluntarily with the European Commission's transparency register.

‘Surely Irish citizens who stand to loose democratic powers in the Lisbon Treaty - and taxpayers who can be taxed by the EU under article 311 Own Resources taxation have a right to greater transparency from those who advocate a Yes vote.

Before Pat Cox lectures people on transparency perhaps he could practice a bit of it himself.

‘The Lisbon Treaty makes EU institutions more powerful but less accountable - this is not a good deal for Irish citizens, and that’s why Farmers for No are advocating a No vote.

‘Pat Cox has personal vested interest in getting a Yes vote. He has been tipped as FF choice for next EU Commissioner - that’s a big job with a big salary. Will he give an assurance in advance that he will not accept the role of Irish commissionership if offered to him?

That would be a bit of transparency if only a start.’


David Thompson is spokesman for Farmers for NO.

He is former chairman of Limerick IFA and former President of the Agricultural Science Association

Background and references

The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin, 2009. Pictures of invites and acceptance by Cox, page 218.

Eurostat cover-up Book by Marta Andreasen, ‘Brussels Laid Bare’, pgs 106-108.

Corporate Europe Observatory

News about Cox' conflicts of interest | Corporate Europe Observatory

Robert Cox

Senior Advisor to the European Community Humanitarian Office (1993-1998) and former European Commission Representative to Turkey

Robert Cox is a seasoned journalist and senior EU civil servant. After a start in journalism with the “The Economist” in London and later in central Africa, he embarked on a second career with the European Commission. A spell in policy and economics work and international negotiations in the development field was followed by appointment as Head of the European Commission’s Mission in Turkey. On return to Brussels he held senior policy and management posts with the Commission’s information services. After a detachment to Yugoslavia with the EC Monitoring Mission he served as Deputy Head of the new Humanitarian Office ECHO.

Daniel Dăianu

Member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania and former Finance Minister of Romania

Daniel Daianu has held various positions in the political and economic sphere and has authored several books on European and economic issues. A Romanian politician, author, professor of economics, he currently serves as Member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania. Formerly a Finance Minister of Romania, Daianu was the Chief Economist of the National Bank of Romania and later became Member of the European Parliament.

Alexander De Croo

Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Digital Agenda and Trustee of Friends of Europe

Alexander de Croo is a Flemish liberal politician, economist and businessman who leads the Belgian government’s efforts to improve digital growth and development. Most notably, he initiated the establishment of an advisory board called “Digital Minds for Belgium”, made up of the country’s top ICT experts, and launched an ambitious action plan “Digital Belgium”, aimed at positioning the country as one of Europe’s top three digital member states. This digital revolution includes developing 1,000 new start-ups, creating 50,000 new jobs, and achieving an electronic government by 2020.

Jaap de Hoop Scheffer

President of the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs and NATO Secretary General (2004-2009)

Jaap de Hoop Scheffer is a Dutch politician who prominently served as the 11th Secretary General of NATO. Previously, he worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the Dutch delegation at NATO headquarters in Brussels. He now works as President of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) of the Netherlands, an independent body which advises government and parliament on foreign policy. Furthermore, he was appointed to the Pieter Kooijmans Chair for Peace, Law and Security at Leiden University.

Mikolaj Dowgielewicz

European Investment Bank Representative to the EU institutions, and former Secretary of State for European Affairs and Economic Policy

Mikolaj Dowgielewicz is a Polish politician who currently serves as Director General at the European Investment Bank (EIB) and as the Head of its Brussels Office. Previously, he worked in the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, served as Chairman of the Polish Government's Committee for European Affairs and ultimately became Polish Minister for European Affairs. Additionally, he served as Vice-Governor of the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB).

Sorin Ducaru

Romanian diplomat and Assistant Secretary General for emerging security challenges at NATO (2013-2017)

Sorin Ducaru is a renowned Romanian diplomat. Until recently, he worked as Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO. Prior to his appointment, he served as Romania’s Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council for over seven years. Ducaru twice received the title of “Ambassador of the Year” from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania.

Tanja Fajon

Member of European Parliament Delegation for relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo

Tanja Fajon is a politician and journalist, currently serving as Member of the European Parliament. A passionate advocate of freedom of movement and its economic benefits, Fajon was previously the European Parliament rapporteur on the visa liberalisation process for the Western Balkans. In this position, she was instrumental in helping Albania as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina win the right to visa-free travel to Europe.

Monica Frassoni

Co-President of the European Green Party and Member of the European Parliament (1999-2009)

Monica Frassoni is an Italian politician who currently surves as the Co-President of the European Green Party. Prior to that, during her time as Member of the European Parliament, she was Co-Chair of the European Greens–European Free Alliance group in the European Parliament. Previously she served for ten years as an officer of the Greens group in the European Parliament and was Secretary General of the Young European Federalists. In 2010, she co-founded and is the current President of the European Alliance to Save Energy an organisation which aims to promote and advocate energy savings and a new energy model.

Štefan Füle

Czech Special Envoy to the OSCE and the Western Balkans and EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy (2010-2014)

Štefan Füle is a Czech politician and diplomat who currently serves as the Czech Special Envoy to the OSCE and the Western Balkans. Having started his career in the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he worked as Czech Ambassador to Lithuania and to the UK, as well as becoming Czech Permanent Representative to NATO. In 2010, he became the EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy where he was instrumental in setting up and developing the Eastern Partnership with six countries in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus.

Catherine Gernay

Member of the Board of Directors at IRE and Executive Officer at SCK-CEN, The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre

Catherine Gernay is an expert and consultant in science policy. She holds a licenciate and doctorate in economics and spent part of her research at Harvard Business School. She then worked at the Science Policy Ministry of the Belgian government. She is currently Member of the Board of Directors at the National Institute for Radioelements (IRE) and Executive Officer at The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK-CEN).

Ana Gomes

Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Committee of money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion and Trustee of Friends of Europe

An established and experienced diplomat, Ana Gomes has cemented a reputation as a strident supporter and defender of democracy, human rights, social justice and the rule of law. She has previously been involved in the EU Middle East Peace Process and has led several EU election observation missions in Africa and South-East Asia. Gomes has become a vocal critic of the maladministration of EU law by multinational corporations to minimise tax costs and the negative impact this has on European citizens, governance and society.

Sylvie Goulard

Member of the European Parliament (2009-2017)

Sylvie Goulard is a French politician who currently serves as Deputy Governor at Banque de France. Previously, she was Member of the European Parliament and, having been appointed by Emmanuel Macron, Minister of the Armed Forces in the French government. She is also the former President of the Mouvement européen-France, the oldest pluralist association defending the European ideal, and was a founder of the Spinelli Group. Additionally, Goulard continues to write regularly in a wide range of both and international newspapers.

Elisabeth Guigou

President of the Anna Lindh Foundation and President of the French National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee (2012-2017)

Elisabeth Guigou is a French politician. As a Member of the European Parliament, she, together with Elmar Brok, represented the Parliament in the negotiations that produced the Amsterdam Treaty. Afterwards, she turned to French domestic politics, having been elected to the National Assembly for the Socialist Party and then serving first as Minister of Justice and then as Minister of Employment. Until 2017, Guigou worked as President of the French National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee. Currently, she is the President of the Anna Lindh Foundation.

Toomas Hendrik Ilves

Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Stanford University and President of the Republic of Estonia (2006–2016)

Toomas Hendrik Ilves is an Estonian politician and currently Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Stanford University. After many years living and working in the United States, Ilves became Ambassador of Estonia to the United States after Estonia had restored its independence. Later, he served as Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the People's Party. Having been Member of the European Parliament, Ilves was elected as the fourth President of the Republic of Estonia in 2006, a position which he fulfilled for a decade. 

Baron Daniel Janssen (Bilderberg - membru în comitetul director al Grupului Bilderberg, membru al comitetului executiv Comisia Trilaterală)

President of the Board of Directors of Solvay (1998-2006), and Member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission

Baron Daniel Janssen is a Belgian businessman. Having worked at the Union Chimique Belge as an engineer, he successively became Director of Research and Development and then President of the Executive Committee. Afterwards, he became first CEO and then President of the Board of Directors of Solvay. Additionally, Janssen was a member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission.

Jean-Pierre Jouyet

French Ambassador to the UK, Elysée's Secretary General (2014-2017), and French Secretary of State for European Affairs (2007-2008)

An experienced French diplomat and politician, Jean-Pierre Jouyet currently serves as the Ambassador of France to the United Kingdom. Previously, he held the position of Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Republic in François Hollande’s government. Additionally, he served as French Secretary of State for European Affairs where one of his missions was to make the necessary preparations for France's Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2008. 

Sony Kapoor

Managing Director of the think tank Re-Define

Sony is the Director of the international think-tank Re-Define. He is an influential economist, financial sector expert and development practitioner. Sony advises the EU, central banks, large investors, governments, regulators and multilateral institutions on economic, fiscal, investment and financial policy. He has a multidisciplinary role at the London School of Economics as Strategy Adviser to the Systemic Risk Centre and Senior Visiting Fellow in Development and Public Policy. He is also a special adviser to the UNEP on green finance. Before Re-Define, Sony worked for ICICI, India’s largest investment bank. Sony co-founded the International Tax Justice Network, Europeans for Financial Reform and Finance Watch, and launched the inter-governmental Illicit Finance Task Force. His substantial contribution to financial reform, tackling the euro crisis and promoting development has been recognised by the World Economic Forum naming him a Young Global Leader and by the Royal Society of Arts electing him a Fellow.

Miroslav Lajčák

President of the United Nations General Assembly, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic

Miroslav Lajčák is an experienced Slovak diplomat and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic. Parallel to this, he also serves the President of the United Nations General Assembly. At the beginning of his diplomatic career, Lajčák was posted to the Czechoslovak and subsequently the Slovak embassy in Moscow. Then, he worked as the Ambassador of Slovakia in the Western Balkan countries, after which he took up the post as High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Pascal Lamy (Bilderberg, Honorary President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute)

Honorary President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute, and Director General of the World Trade Organisation (2005-2013)

Pascal Lamy is a French politician and author. As a Member of the French Socialist party, he was Chief of Staff for the President of the European Commission, Jacques Delors. Afterwards, he returned to Brussels to become the European Trade Commissioner and then served for two consecutive terms as General Director of the World Trade Organization (WTO). In a 2014 poll casted by the British magazine Prospect, he was selected among the top 50 of the world’s leading thinkers.

Spiros Latsis

Member of the Board of the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation

Spiros Latsis is a Greek businessman and Member of the Board of the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation which helps to fund programs in the areas of education, scientific research, social welfare, and culture. He is a board director of EFG International while also having a stake in oil company Hellenic Petroleum and Lamda Development, a publicly traded real estate developer active in southeastern Europe.

Yves Leterme

Secretary General of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), and former Prime Minister of Belgium

Yves Leterme is a Belgian politician who has held a variety of political posts in Belgium. After starting his career as an Alderman in his home town of Ypres, he became a Member of Parliament in the Chamber of Representatives, Group Chairman and leader of the opposition. Eventually, he served as Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs and, later on, Belgian Prime Minister. During his tenure as Prime Minister, Belgium held the Presidency of the European Union. He currently serves as the Secretary-General of the intergovernmental organisation International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA).

Linas Antanas Linkevičius

Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs

Linas Antanas Linkevičius is an experienced Lithuanian politician and diplomat and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania. Having chaired the Committee on Foreign Affairs Member of the Seimas, the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, he embarked on a diplomatic career in the Lithuanian Foreign Service. He served, for instance, as the Head of the Lithuanian Mission to the WEU and NATO and as Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the North Atlantic Council before becoming Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Philip Lowe

Executive Chair of the World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Initiative and Director General of the European Commission (2002-2014)

Philip Lowe is a distinguished British EU policy veteran. He joined the European Commission in 1973, and held a range of senior posts as Head of Cabinet and Director in the fields of regional development, agriculture, transport and administration, before becoming Director-General of the Directorate-General Development in 1997. Later on, he headed the Directorate-General Competition and then Directorate-General Energy. Afterwards, Lowe served as one of five non-executive directors of the British Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Board. He is currently Executive Chair of the World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Initiative.

Mario Monti (Bilderberg - membru în Comitetul Director, Trustee of Friends of Europe, membru executiv în Comisia Trilaterală, fost prim-ministru tehnocrat al Italiei 2011-2013)

Prime Minister of Italy (2011-2013) and Trustee of Friends of Europe

A distinguished economist, Mario has cemented his reputation as a committed supporter of the single currency and a talented negotiator leading a government of technocrats in the wake of the Italian debt crisis in late 2011. Most recently, Mario chaired the High Level Group on Own Resources, a consultative committee of the European Union, aimed at proposing new forms of revenue for the European Union’s budget, which resulted in the final report “Future Financing of the EU” arguing for new tax sources.

Alojz Peterle

Member of the European Parliament, and former Prime Minister of Slovenia

Alojz Peterle is a Slovenian politician and Member of the European Parliament, where he is currently chairing the Delegation to the EU-former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Joint Parliamentary Committee. Before his time as an MEP, he became the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Slovenia. During his mandate Slovenia introduced major democratic reforms and became an independent sovereign state. Additionally, Peterle has invested considerable efforts in raising the political awareness of fighting and preventing cancer.

Andris Piebalgs (Fost Comisar european pentru Dezvoltare între 2010 - 2014 în comisia Barroso)

European Commissioner for Development (2010-2014)

Andris Piebalgs is an experienced Latvian politician who occupied key positions in both national and European political fields. He is currently member of the Latvian political party UNITY. Previously, he worked in the Latvian Diplomatic service, first serving as the Ambassador of Latvia in Estonia where he helped to solve the sea border issue between the two states. He went on to become the Latvian Ambassador to the EU helping to establish Latvia as the EU candidate country. Afterwards, Piebalgs served as the European Commissioner for Energy, then as European Commissioner for Development.

Hans-Gert Pöttering

Chairman of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and President of the European Parliament (2007-2009)

Hans-Gert Pöttering is a long-serving and highly-decorated German politician and who currently serves as the Chairman of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. He was the only deputy who has been Member of the European Parliament continuously since the first direct election in 1979 until 2014. Apart from positions on various committees and subcommittees, he also served for two years as President of the European Parliament.

Paul Révay (European Director of the Trilateral Commission)

European Director of the Trilateral Commission

Paul Révay was the experienced European Director of the Trilateral Commission, a non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group which was founded to foster substantive political and economic dialogue across the world. He also works as a consultant on various topics.

Koos Richelle

Chairman of the Dutch Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs and Director General of the European Commission (2011-2014)

Koos Richelle is a Dutch lawyer and high-ranking civil servant who currently serves as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs, an independent committee that advises the Dutch Government and Parliament on immigration law and policy. Previously, he was the Director-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Integration at the European Commission. Before working in European politics, he served in high-ranking positions in Dutch ministries, for instance, as Director-General for Welfare and Director-General for International Co-operation.

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski

Member of the European Parliament, and Polish Minister for European Affairs (1991-1996, 2000-2001)

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski is a Polish diplomat and politician who is currently Member of the European Parliament. He was a Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, which he also chaired for two years, and served as Vice President of the European Parliament. Prior to his career in Brussels, Saryusz-Wolski became the first Polish Minister for European when this office was created in 1991.

Marietje Schaake

Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Delegation for relations with the United States

Marietje Schaake, a Dutch politician and Member of the European Parliament, serves on the International Trade committee and is the spokesperson for the ALDE Group on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Schaake also serves on the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on Human Rights. She is the founder of the European Parliament Intergroup on the Digital Agenda for Europe. She has been called “Europe’s most wired politician” by the Wall Street Journal, “rising Dutch star” by CNN.

Jamie Shea

Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges Division at NATO

Jamie Shea has occupied a number of senior positions at NATO across a wide range of areas, including external relations, press and media, and policy planning. As NATO’s Spokesman, he was the face of NATO during the Bosnia and Kosovo conflicts. He later worked as the Director of Policy Planning in the private office of former Secretary General Rasmussen during the preparation of NATO’s 2010 Strategic Concept. Shea is also a regular lecturer and conference speaker on NATO and European security affairs.

Javier Solana (Bilderberg, fost șef al NATO 1995-1999)

President of ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (1999-2009) and Secretary General of NATO (1995-1999)

Javier Solana is a Spanish physicist and politician. Considered one of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party’s (PSOE) leaders responsible for the transformation of the party in the post-Franco era, he held several ministerial posts in the Spanish government, serving as Minister for Culture, Minister of Education and Minister for Foreign Affairs. After a career in national politics, he became the 9th Secretary-General of NATO and, later on, the longest-serving High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy. Solana is currently President of ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics in Spain.

Anna Terrón (Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization)

Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility and Secretary of State for Immigration and Emigration of the Government of Spain (2010-2011)

Anna Terrón is a politician and currently Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility. Previously, she was a Member of the European Parliament for over a decade. She also served as the Secretary for the European Union within the Generalitat de Catalunya and as the Catalan Government Delegate to the European Union. Additionally, she held the position of Spanish Secretary of State for Immigration and Emigration.

Frans Van Daele

Belgian Minister of State, former Chief of Staff to the King of Belgium and Head of Cabinet to the President of the European Council (2009-2012)

Frans Van Daele is a long-standing diplomat in the Belgian Foreign Service. He served as Chief of Staff to the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and Chief of Staff to His Majesty the King of Belgium. In his diplomatic career, he was Deputy Permanent Representative of the Belgian Mission to the United Nations in New York and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the European Union in Brussels, amongst others.

Herman Van Rompuy (Bilderberg)

President of the European Council (2009-2014) and Prime Minister of Belgium (2008-2009)

Herman Van Rompuy is a Belgian and European politician. He began his career in Belgian national politics, becoming Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Budget and was later elected to the Belgian Chamber of Representatives, finally serving as Prime Minister of Belgium. Praised as a consensus-builder, Van Rompuy was chosen unanimously to become the first full-time President of the European Council.

Frank Vandenbroucke

Professor at the University of Amsterdam and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister (1994–1995)

Frank Vandenbroucke is a Belgian politician and professor at the University of Amsterdam. His current research focuses on the impact of the EU on the development of social and employment policy in the EU Member States. Previously, he was Minister for Foreign Affairs and, later on, for Social Security, Health Insurance, Pensions and Employment in the Belgian Government. Furthermore, Vandenbroucke is the Chairman of a High-Level Group convened by Friends of Europe, which produced the report “Unequal Europe – Recommendations for a more caring EU”.

Androulla Vassiliou

European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism, Sport, Media and Youth (2010-2014)

Androulla Vassiliou is a Cypriot politician. Previously, she was the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth and Commissioner for Health. She is also very active in social and cultural fields particularly within the UN and EU. In Cyprus, she was twice elected to the Cyprus House of Representatives and represented the Parliament to the Convention for the Future of Europe as an alternate member.

Guy Verhofstadt ("Aliat de Nădejde al lui SOROS")

Leader of Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) in the European Parliament and Prime Minister of Belgium (1999-2008)

Guy Verhofstadt is a Belgian politician who has served as the Leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group and Member of the European Parliament since 2009. He was also one of the founders of the Spinelli Group and he was named the European Parliament's representative on matters relating to Brexit. Previously, he served as the Prime Minister of Belgium, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium and Minister of Budget. Furthermore, Verhofstadt was a Member of the Chamber of Representatives for over twenty years.

Veronika Wand-Danielsson

Swedish Ambassador in Paris

An experienced diplomat, Veronika Wand-Danielsson currently serves as the Swedish Ambassador in France. Prior to this assignment, she has held several positions in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was the Swedish Ambassador to NATO for seven years. During this period, Sweden has developed and strengthened its partnership with NATO, with its contributions to the missions in Afghanistan and Libya.


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