Parliamentary delegations from CEI countries gathered in Łańcut, Poland on 3-4 July for their meeting of the General Committee on Cultural Affairs of the CEI Parliamentary Dimension.
Promoting science, knowledge and health, and helping young researchers and scientists from low income countries to present their research, connect with researchers from developed countries and become part of the international scientific community.
Analysing the potential transport demand for planning a direct train service linking Trieste Centrale to Rijeka (HR) was the focus of the gathering held at the CEI-Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) premises on 26 June.
19 young female leaders from CEI Member States participated in a set of courses on “Women and Political Influence: Building Successful Advocacy Campaigns”, held online on 2 June and in Dubrovnik, Croatia on 16-18 June.
The XI edition of international the Spring School (Trieste, 5-8 June) "IoT, economic and management challenges for e-health integration in the enlarged Europe" witnessed the participation of 28 participants and 14 professors and experts in Biomedical and Clinical engineering from CEI Member States.
On 8 June, in Brussels, the CEI-Executive Secretariat participated in the General Assembly (GA) meeting of the European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA), a long-standing collaborator and full-fledged partner since 2022.
CEI Secretary General Roberto Antonione was invited by the Montenegrin Prime Minister and Coordinator of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dritan Abazović to take part in the Meeting of Foreign Ministers and Ministers of European Affairs of the South-East Europe Cooperation Process (SEECP) in Budva, Montenegro, on 5 June.
On 30 - 31 May, experts, scientists, and conservationists from the Danube River Network of Protected Areas (DANUBEPARKS) gathered in Văleni (Moldova), to attend the CEI Conference "DANUBEPARKS Newt Conservation Partnership & Climate Change", addressing the challenges posed by climate change and promoting biodiversity conservation.
The third Committee of National Coordinators (CNC) meeting under the Moldovan CEI Presidency took place in Istanbul on 30 May at the premises of the Permanent International Secretariat of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC PERMIS). It followed the Coordination meeting between the BSEC and the CEI at Troika and Secretariat level.
On 19 May, the Montenegrin Pan-European Union organised the international conference “Improving climate resilience: connecting the European Green Deal and the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans through the UN Sustainable Development Goals and their indicators” in Podgorica.