Three Seas Virtual Summit
12 heads of state and EU leaders met in Tallinn on 19 October to discuss energy, transport and digitalisation.
Three Seas Virtual Summit on 19 October focused on three areas:
Future and role of the Three Seas cooperation platform in enhancing the economic growth and energy security of participating states.
Funding of international projects in the fields of energy, transport and digital infrastructure in the Three Seas region.
Outlining the Smart Connectivity vision representing an additional contribution on Estonia’s part to help find ways of making more effective use of infrastructure.
As the host of the Three Seas Virtual Summit I welcome you to e-Estonia! Here in Tallinn we will be writing another chapter of the initiative together - a chapter in which new investments and smarter connectivity ensure that the Three Seas region continues to drive economic growth in Europe.
Kersti Kaljulaid President of the Republic of Estonia
The Three Seas Initiative is designed to promote cooperation between 12 European nations and their partners.
The initiative aims to:
- promote cooperation for the development of infrastructure in the energy, transport and digital sectors
- foster economic growth
- ensure energy security
- boost Europe’s competitiveness
- enforce transatlantic cooperation
- achieve climate goals via smart investments