Skip to main content

Slovenian SEECP chairmanship-in-office

Slovenian Chairmanship-in-ofice logo

Slovenia is chairing the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) from 1 July 2017. SEECP was launched in 1996 in Sofia with a view to strengthening regional cooperation and trust, good neighbourly relations, stability and security, enhanced economic relations, engagement in the human dimension, justice, the fight against organised crime, and fight against terrorism.

 

Today, the SEECP consists of thirteen participants: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, and Slovenia (a member since 2010).

 

More >

Slovenia for a Successful Europe of the Future

The result of the British referendum on withdrawal from the EU, and the financial and economic crises combined with a migration crisis have raised various questions about the future of the European Union and its legal and institutional structure.

 

Along the lines of numerous discussions on this topic across EU Member States and in European institutions, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is organising a series of public debates. Its aim is to consult national stakeholders and opinion leaders from academia, the business sector and civil society, as well as social partners and political decision-makers on how to make the Union more effective, more democratic and, most importantly, make it provide a better life for Europeans.

     

Subscribe to Slovenia Weekly