The 9th Annual Forum of European Union Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region will take place on 4–5 June in Tallinn Creative Hub (Kultuurikatel), which will host nearly 700 participants from Estonia and Europe. The main topic to be discussed is the Baltic Sea region after the year 2020.
At the Forum the study “EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region after 2020” commissioned by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be introduced. The study analyses the activity of networks and projects of the EUSBSR and the effectiveness of fulfilling the goals of the Strategy.
Additionally, the Forum will discuss the contribution of the Strategy to improving the condition of the Baltic Sea ecosystem and will be looking for possibilities to develop the region as a global digital centre. 21 thematic seminars will be held at the Forum in the key areas of the strategy, for example the protection of the sea environment, safety, energy and transportation sector and digital development of the region.
“The EUSBSR Annual Forum will look for solutions to the three goals of the Strategy: how to improve the living environment of the Baltic Sea, unite the Baltic Sea region and increase its well-being. I can personally assure that the governments of the Baltic Sea countries are co-operating in order to promote a sustainable, inclusive and environment-preserving economy“ states Sven Mikser, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia.
Preceding the EUSBSR Annual Forum, co-organisers Baltic Development Forum will host their 20th Annual Summit – Time for a BSR 2.0? Join leading experts, politicians and researchers from 09:15 on 4th June to discuss the latest political and economic analysis of the Baltic Sea Region, and gain an insight into what’s next for the Region. View the programme here.
You can register for BDF Annual Summit by marking your attendance on the Annual Forum registration form.
Registration available at the event website.
The Annual Forum is organized by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Baltic Development Forum and other partners in co-operation with the European Commission. The Annual Forum is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund programme Interreg Baltic Sea Region.