Invitation to Zagreb: Adriatic–Baltic–Black Sea. Visions of cooperation

The debate „Adriatic–Baltic–Black Sea. Visions of cooperation”, organised by the Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies and iDEMO – Institute for Democracy, will take place on Monday, 30th October in Zagreb on Draškovićeva Str. 45 (Croatian Chamber of Economy) at 12:00. It is the last presentation devoted to the Three Seas Initiative.

The Three Seas Initiative is a project aimed at promoting and developing economic cooperation among the countries of Central and Eastern 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?

The conference will be an occasion to present the publication  “Adriatic–Baltic–Black Sea. Visions of cooperation”. To download the electronic version of the publication, please use the following link.


Welcome: Grzegorz Gawin – Chargé d’affaires a.i., Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Croatia

Introduction: Anna Kurowska, Coordinator for the Balkans, Institute for Eastern Studies, Poland

Panel Presentation and Discussion:

Moderator: Simona Goldstein, Director, iDEMO Institute for Democracy, Croatia

Przemyslaw Zurawski Vel Grajewski, Counsellor of the Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, Poland

Andreana Baeva Motusic, Board Member, iDEMO Institute for Democracy, Croatia

Dimitri Teperik, Chief Executive, International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS), Estonia

Domagoj Milošević, MP, Croatian Parliament

The project has been financed by the Department of Public and Cultural Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland within the framework of a competition “Cooperation in the field of public diplomacy 2017”.