On 17 October, ICDS hosted a presentation of the Three Seas Initiative, which is a forum of European Union countries in Eastern and Central 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? A report entitled “Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea. Visions of Cooperation” sought to find answers to these questions. After welcoming words by ICDS Director Sven Sakkov, the report was presented by Kinga Redlowska, Programme Director at Institute for Eastern Studies (Poland) and report contributors: Przemyslaw Zurawski Vel Grajewski, Counsellor of the Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland; Andreana Baeva Motusic, President, European Business Association, Croatia, and Gheorghe Magheru, Member of the Scientific Council, New Strategy Center, Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania. Toomas Kukk, Director of Division for Northern and Central Europe and Regional Cooperation at the Estonian MFA, discussed the Trimarum Initiative from the Estonian perspective.