Emerging Europe Declares 2019 Prizewinners of its Annual Remarkable Achievement Awards

Emerging Europe Declares 2019 Prizewinners of its Annual Remarkable Achievement Awards

The World Bank’s CEO Kristalina Georgieva and two incumbent prime ministers, Alexis Tsipras of Greece and Zoran Zaev of North Macedonia, have been selected as the beneficiaries of Emerging Europe’s Remarkable Achievement Awards for 2019.
Dr Georgieva has been rewarded the Princess Marina Sturdza Award, while Mr Tsipras and Mr Zaev have jointly been given the Professor Günter Verheugen Award. The awards will be conferred at a special event to be held as part of the Emerging Europe Leaders’ Meeting and Awards, which takes place on June 27-28 in London at the main central of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The entire event will take place at two more venues: the Palace of Westminster and the Gherkin.

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