Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea. Visions of Cooperation

The Three Seas Initiative is a project aimed at promoting and developing economic cooperation among the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. As it is understood today, the very essence of the project is to develop the infrastructural cooperation in the region. However, Trimarium may evolve in a number of different directions. What would they be? What would we like them to be?

We are honoured to invite to the public discussion and presentation of the report:

Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea. Visions of Cooperation. 

Monday 16 October 2017 | 13.00-14.30 | EU House, Aspazijas Blvd 28 (Discussion Room, 1st Floor)

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Introductory remarks will be given by Ewa Dębska, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to Latvia.  Kinga Redłowska, Programme Director, Foundation Institute for Eastsern Studies, Poland will present the findings of the report. And that will be followed by a panel discussion with participation of Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski, Counsellor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Poland; Gheorghe Magheru, Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Romania; and Ilgvars Kļava, Ambassador-Director General of the Bilateral Relations Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Latvia. Discussion will be moderated by Andris Sprūds, Director of the Latvian Institute of International Affairs.

The event is organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs and the Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Riga.

Published 09 October 2017