Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft, the German Foreign Office, the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration (as Chair of the SEECP) and the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe are organising an international conference entitled:
Regional Co-operation Challenges 2007/2008
From the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe to the Regional Co-operation Council:
Enhancing the Voice of the Region
to be held in Zagreb, Croatia, on September 8-9, 2006.
More than 100 participants from South Eastern Europe, the European Union and the international community will debate how to ensure a sustainable framework for regional co-operation post Stability Pact. Following the decision of the meeting of the Regional Table in May 2006, the Pact will be replaced by a Regional Co-operation Council with SEE countries taking the ownership of this regional co-operation framework.
Regional co-operation is one of the conditions for EU membership and something that the Stability Pact monitors on behalf of the EU. Moreover, regional co-operation is something that the countries in any region of Europe, being members of the EU or not, are involved in, from the Visegrad Group, to the Regional Partnership, the Baltic Co-operation Council and the Nordic Council….
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