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Joint Declaration of the Seventh Summit Three Seas Initiative (Riga, 20-21 June 2022)

We, the Presidents and high-level representatives of the 12 participating states of the Three Seas Initiative (3SI) – the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Bulgaria, the Republic of Croatia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Estonia, Hungary, the Republic… Read more

An article by Paweł Nierada, Vice President of the Management Board of BGK

Author: Paweł Nierada, first vice president of the management board of BGK, Polish Development Bank and member of the supervisory board of the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund 10 investors, close to a billion euros of raised capital and three… Read more

The seminar „The Three Seas Fund as a new element in international relations”

We cordially invite you to the seminar entitled „The Three Seas Fund as a new element in international relations” When ?  April 4, 2022 at 11.00 a.m. Where? Zoom platform Panelists: Julita Wilczek: expert on the Three Seas Initiative, co-author… Read more

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Book Publications

Agnieszka Orzelska-Stączek, Paweł Kowal

Inicjatywa Trójmorza: geneza, cele i funkcjonowanie

Inicjatywa Trójmorza: geneza, cele i funkcjonowanie

This publication is an attempt to compile basic information on the Three Seas Initiative, which is a project of political and economic cooperation, primarily in the areas of infrastructure, transport and energy. The Three Seas Initiative was initiated in 2016 by Poland and Croatia, and then covered twelve countries in the region. In the first chapter of the publication, Paweł Kowal describes the genesis of the Three Seas Initiative and then Agnieszka Orzelska-Stączek discusses the process of its establishment and functioning up to the summit in Bucharest, and also outlines the objectives of the project.

Agnieszka Orzelska-Stączek, Paweł Ukielski

Inicjatywa Trójmorza z perspektywy jej uczestników

Inicjatywa Trójmorza z perspektywy jej uczestników<

This monograph shows the results of research on the Three Seas Initiative conducted at the Department of Central and Eastern Europe and Post-Soviet Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The project, which has resulted in this publication, was implemented in two stages: the first involved interviews with the ambassadors of the Three Seas Initiative’s states and the Chief of Cabinet to the President of Poland, and the second included the development of the monograph.