Arrival of Summit Delegations & Business Forum Participants
Side Events, Project Exhibitions, Private Bilateral Meetings
Atlantic Council Leadership Dinner (by invitation only)
Ceremonial Arrival of the Heads of States to the Venue
Panel of the Presidents
Presidents’ Working Lunch
Presidents’ Working Session
Presidents’ Roll Out Ceremony of Declaration
Summit & Business Forum Joint Gala Dinner
Registration and Private Bilateral Meetings
Official Forum Opening
Armchair Interview with President Kaljulaid
The Three Seas effort to accelerate the development of energy, transport, and digital infrastructure promises to increase the region’s economic growth, reinforce its economic resilience, and further the vision of an integrated, cohesive, and undivided Europe. This initiative has grown rapidly and Tallinn 2020 aims to be a summit of consolidation. How do we move forward? What are the key challenges facing the initiative in its fifth year? What does it seek to accomplish in the year ahead, and beyond?
Panel: Unleashing the Geopolitical and Business Opportunities of the Future
Panel of the Presidents
General Networking Lunch and Private VIP Lunches
Roads & Rail Lines to Prosperity: The Future of Transport in the Three Seas Region
Modern transport infrastructure is key to cross-border commerce, including the efficient movement of goods and services, the establishment of regional and global value chains, and economic activity that serves our environmental objectives. Yet decades since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Three Seas region still struggles with under-developed transport routes. What priorities should define the Three Seas transport agenda so that modern and efficient transport infrastructure reduces regional economic inequity, stimulates growth, and maximizes the region’s ability to take advantage of transport technologies of the future?
The Future of Energy Connectivity in the Three Seas Region
Cross-border energy connectivity is a transformative force - one that can propel economic growth and strengthen national and regional economic resilience, which is crucial in this age of great power competition and economic volatility. The development of an integrated European energy market is both a European and a transatlantic priority. How can the energy markets of Central and Eastern European nations be integrated with one another, that of Western Europe, and the global energy markets? What energy policies and regulatory priorities should define the Three Seas initiative?
Shaping the Digital Future of the Three Seas Region
The digital space is an increasingly dynamic driver of economic growth and innovation. To adapt to the 21st century, the Three Seas must be the fastest player in the digital industry. Deploying digital solutions can give a competitive edge that differentiates the Three Seas region from the rest of the world, be it a smart grid or smart mobility, and from sea to space. How can we make the region a spearhead for smart corridors? How can we start deploying interoperability solutions for data and online services? How can the Three Seas utilize telecom- and digital technologies to accelerate the region’s strong economic growth and generate additional business opportunities?