00:49 - 00:49: Introduction to the second part of the debate
14:49:30 – 14:51:30: Clip3 - Cluj - Napoca from Romania, Clip4 - Radio Campus from Orebro
14:51:40 – 14:59: MR. ROBERT KISS, Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary Barcelona, Cluj – Napoca
14:59 – 15:07: MR. Thomas Miller OSTRUP, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark, Barcelona, Cluj – Napoca
15:07 – 15:15: MRS. ANNA TUZ, Deputy Director of European Information Department at the Office of the Committee for European Integration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland , Barcelona, Cluj – Napoca
> H. E. Robert Kiss, Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary
1. Which tasks of the Hungarian Presidency were most challenging?
2. What is the situation of young people in Hungary? If you were to appraise it and mention two or three positives and three serious problems, what would they be? (In Spain, for example, it could be high unemployment and in Germany relatively low number of young workers in comparison to the number of pensioners.)
3. How does Hungary support young people? Were you taking advantage of the Presidency in Hungary to take even more action on supporting young people? Do you have any plans concerning running any new projects that could improve their job market situation or help cope with any other challenges the young people are currently facing in Hungary?
Are there any other projects apart from e.g. Erasmus exchange to help young people develop and be more flexible on the labour market? What are the most common ways of providing financial support for the poor, especially rural youth – scholarships, grants? Scholarships are sometimes insufficient when it comes to living in a foreign country. Could scholarships cover all the costs?
> H.E. Thomas Østrup Møller, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark
1. What issues do you think will be the most important to Denmark during the Presidency in EU Council? What will be the main tasks? Which of them will be most challenging?
2. What steps is the Kingdom of Denmark taking to prepare to the Presidency in 2012?
3. Denmark will take over the Presidency after Poland. Are there any expectations you have about the way Poland holds it?
4. Were you taking advantage of the Presidency in Denmark to take even more action on supporting young people? Do you have any plans concerning running new projects that could improve their job market situation or help cope with any other challenges the young are currently facing in Denmark?
> Deputy Director of European Information Department at the Office of the Committee for European Integration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland, The Representative of Polish Secretary for European Affairs
1. What can Poland learn from other countries that have already held the Presidency of the European Council?
2. Which tasks of the Presidency do you believe will be most difficult for Poland to face?
3. Poland has announced its will to revive the talks about the Turkish EU membership candidacy – is Recep Tayyip Erdogan the right political leader to move Turkey further, and what still has to be done by his government to fulfill the requirements?