EU Baltic Sea Region Strategy: Growth, Prosperity and Clean Environment

 

 

 

 

The Swedish EU Presidency and the Nordic Council of Ministers invite to a seminar on the EU Baltic Sea Strategy taking place in Riga on 12 November.

The discussion focusing on the competitiveness of the Baltic Sea Region in the increasingly globalised society will be held in the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga and broadcasted online via http://watch.sseriga.edu/.

The list of invited speakers consists of high reprsentatives from the Nordic Council of Ministers, the European Commission, SIDA, the Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Nordic embassies.

The seminar will feature a presentation of practical examples of regional cooperation among creative and innovative clusters and a panel discussion with participants from Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian public administration and industry sectors.  

The EU Baltic Sea Strategy is the first regional strategy of the European Union. It aims to improve the Baltic Sea environment, to boost the prosperity of the Region via trade and innovative enterprises, to reinforce transport connections and electric power links in the Region, as well as to enhance the efficiency of the Region in joint accident management and in the combat of cross-border crime.    

See a detailed program of the event

Read more about the EU Baltic Sea Strategy