Democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi will visit Eastern Europe next month in her second visit to the continent since 1988, the Forum 2000 Foundation announced on Thursday. The three-country tour will see the opposition leader visit the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. She will attend a Forum 2000 Foundation conference on nations transitioning from authoritarian regimes to democratic governance, where she is expected to speak. The Forum 2000 Foundation was co-founded by the late Czech President Vaclav Havel, who nominated Suu Kyi for the Nobel Prize that she won in 1991. She will arrive in Prague on Sept. 15.