Three Seas Initiative
Three Seas Initiative is a regional platform by 12 EU member states, located between 3 seas – Baltic, Black and Adriatic. The platform is meant for fostering cooperation and investment in Central and Eastern European. Three Seas Initiative is comparatively a new project, only being active for a few years. Launched in 2016 by presidents of Poland and Croatia as a political statement, it is gaining more traction and recognition than ever. What is this initiative? Why is there a growing interest in Three Seas Initiative? Does the initiative work? These are just some of the questions to be addressed during this interview.
For this episode of our podcast, Gints Amoliņš, Foreign News Correspondent, LTV and Wojciech Przybylski, Editor-In-Chief, Visegrad Insight, try to answer these challenging questions.
The interview is part of a series developed in the context of the annual Rīga Conferences organised by the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia. The purpose of the series is to keep discussions alive in between consecutive conferences. This time we cooperated with Visegrad Insight and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Baltic States to cover the topic of Three Seas Initiative.