Mundus MAPP Student Popsoi Wins Essay Competition of Visegrad4Moldova Project

December 1, 2014

Mundus MAPP student Mihai Popsoi took part in an international debate project called "Visegrad4Moldova! - Debating the European Union: Visegrad 4 Experience." Popsoi’s essay, “Moldova Cannot Own its Future Unless it Breaks with its Past” won the essay competition of the project. Led by independent think tank MESA10, supported by the international Visegrad Fund, coordinated locally by the Center for Enlargement Studies at CEU, and implemented in cooperation with partners from all four Visegrad countries (V4) and Moldova, the project aims to share the EU integration and reform experience of Visegrad countries with Moldova and strengthening the understanding of reforms needed on its European path via live debates of university students from V4 and Moldova. The winning essay is available  on the MESA10 website and on Popsoi’s blog -

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