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Towards a Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea, Regional Stakeholder Seminar on Blue Economy, 19 March 2019, Istanbul, Turkey

Published on: Tue, 12/02/2019 - 18:11
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    The benefit of regional maritime cooperation and innovation in marine research will again be at the heart of the discussions and how this can be translated into practical advantages for the countries and the coastal communities in the Black Sea. A series of national round tables in various Black Sea coastal countries held in 2018 gathered already the first ideas at national level. On this basis and with the contribution of the stakeholders of the region we will try to refine the objectives and the concrete actions needed to support the blue economy in the region and shape the Common Maritime Agenda.

    Regional stakeholder seminar on blue economy - Towards a Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea - Κεντρική Εικόνα

    Following the 2018 Burgas Ministerial Declaration towards a Common Maritime Agenda for the Black Sea and the adoption of the Burgas Vision Paper for research and innovation, the Facility for Blue Growth is pleased to announce the Regional stakeholder seminar on blue economy. The seminar will take place on 19 March 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey. 

    Please find attached the annotated agenda of the seminar as well as the official invitation – both in English (please see in right column in the attachments).

    The Seminar is organised with the support of the European Commission and the involvement of the Permanent International Secretariat of the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, (BSEC PERMIS).

    CONFERENCE VENUE:  The conference will take place at the Hilton Istanbul Maslak, Maslak Mahallesi, Büyükdere Cd.No:233, 34485 Sarıyer/İstanbul, Turkije
    OFFICIAL LANGUAGE:  The working language of the seminar will be English.

    HOW TO REGISTER:  Please follow this link: Regional Stakeholder Seminar: Towards a common maritime agenda to access the online registration form. Please register preferably by March 1st, 2019.

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