The Three Seas Virtual Summit and Web Forum was held in Tallinn and was opened with a debate between heads of state on the future cooperation between the participating countries. There were also different presentations and discussions on the topic of the funding of international infrastructure projects, and several solutions were offered for the digitization of the energy and transport sectors – in which Estonia, as the world’s first digital society, showcased the Smart Connectivity vision created to support the development of the Three Seas region.
ABOUT THE THREE SEAS:
The Three Seas initiative brings together 12 EU Member States between the Baltic, Black and Adriatic seas: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Its key partners are Germany, the European Union, and the United States. The initiative aims to promote cooperation first and foremost for the development of infrastructure in the energy, transport, and digital sectors, but also to foster economic growth, to boost the well-being of the region’s population and Europe’s competitiveness, to ensure energy security and an energy market based on open competition and to achieve climate goals via smart investment.