On 10 December, the final promotional event of the NAMIRG project took place at the

On 9 December 2019, Trieste Trasporti and Slovenske Železnice (Slovenian railways) signed the amendment of the agreement for the extension of the cross-border integrated public transport service (bus/train) between Trieste and Ljubljana, at the CEI headquarters.
On 4 December, over 40 officers of the Transport ministries of the Western Balkan Countries, senior regional officials, Western Balkans 6 Chamber Investment Forum- Trieste and representatives of Ports and transport operators gathered at the CEI HQ to attend the Seminar on “the Adriatic Ports facilitation and logistics: how to unlock the potential of inter-modality in the Western Balkans”.

On 4 December, the CEI Executive Secretariat, in its capacity as Lead Partner and GECT Euregio Senza Confini jointly hosted the ADRIPASS

On 3 December, the Round Table under the title "A supporting Europe: judicial and security cooperation" was held at the CEI HQ in Trieste. The event was a chance to reflect upon cooperation in judicial and criminal matters within the EU framework established by the Lisbon Treaty, as well as on possible cross-border and transnational collaborations, to be explored also with the CEI’s support.
On 3 December, the Central European Initiative-Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) hosted the Kick-off Meeting of the project “PRE-RIGHTS – Assessing impact and performance of preventive measures on EU Directives and Framework Decisions”, funded under the EU Justice Programme 2014-2020.

The second phase of the Know-how Exchange Programme Project “Support for Strengthening Energy Regulatory Authorities in the West

On 26 – 27 November, the 6th Steering Committee Meeting of the CONNECT2CE project was organised by Intermodal Transport Cluster (project partner) in Zagreb (Croatia).

On 27 November, the Transnational social enterprise advocacy network was established during the 5th SENTINEL project meeting in Maribor. 

On 27 November, the Mayor of Trieste, Roberto Dipiazza, conferred the Sigillo Trecentesco del Comune di Trieste on Ambassador Giovanni Caracciolo di Vietri, former CEI Secretary General from 2013 to 2018.
On 26 November, experts in anti-corruption from CEI Member States, students and experts in the field, including CEI Secretary General, Roberto Antonione gathered at the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome for the conference on anti-corruption Curbing corruption: learning from the decade behind us and looking into the decade ahead.
"On behalf of the CEI, I wish to express my heartfelt condolences to the people and authorities of Albania, in the wake of the devastating earthquake that has struck the country today, causing casualties and sorrow." – SG Roberto Antonione

On 22 November, the final exercise at sea of the NAMIRG project took place in the Port of Pula, Croatia.

On 12-14 November, the Albanian Development Fund organised and hosted the 5th Steering Committee Meeting and 6th Cross-Field Visit of the BLUE_BOOST project in Albania.
Around 150 participants from public institutions, enterprises, banks, the European Commission and experts from CEI Member States, gathered in Milan on 15 November for the CEI Business and Experts Forum “Infrastructural and multimodal connectivity as factor of development and integration”.
The Opening Ceremony of the restored and remodelled Tartini House (Casa Tartini) in Piran, Slovenia took place on 8 November. The House where the great composer and violinist Giuseppe Tartini was born in Piran, Slovenia (at the time, part of the Republic of Venice), has been renovated in the framework of tARTini project, funded by Interreg Italy-Slovenia.

In the framework of the Italian CEI Presidency, the Parliamentary Assembly of the CEI P

Today, on 11 November, the Mayor of Trieste, Roberto Dipiazza, paid his first official visit to the Executive Secretariat.

On 4 November, the Atlas of the Friuli Mountains was presented to the press in Udine, Italy as one of the main achievements resulting from the pilot action implemented by the CEI-Executive Secretariat in the Carnia and Cadore mountain areas, in the framework of the SENTINEL project.
Over 250 participants representing editors-in-chief, leading journalists, business professionals, civil society and academia from the CEI region and beyond as well as representatives of international organisations and state institutions gathered in Zagreb, Croatia, on 4-5 November for the South East Europe Media Forum (SEEMF).