Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea Initiative

LNG terminal would make Croatia regional leader

The construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Croatia is a low-risk investment that is not complicated, and it can bring the country huge commercial gain very soon, Ian Brzezinski, an associate at the Atlantic Council said at a panel discussion on Croatia's role in the Three Seas Initiative, held in Zagreb on Wednesday.

Presidents of Croatia and Ukraine meet in New York

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has met with her Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko on the margins of the 71st United Nations General Assembly session in New York, Poroshenko's office said in a press release on Wednesday.

Dubrovnik Forum ends; Central and eastern European leaders push for closer cooperation

The Dubrovnik Forum on the topic of stronger connections between European Union member states in the Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea area closed on Friday afternoon and Croatian Deputy Prime Minister Bozo Petrov said that it would be great if the ideas presented at the forum were to be achieved.

Dubrovnik Forum panel on migrations, terrorist threats for EU held

Migrations, terrorist threats and instability along the eastern border of the European Union are the challenges that the European Union is faced with and it has to tackle them with a common policy, it was said at a panel discussion on global challenges held on Friday, during the second day of the Dubrovnik Forum.

Dubrovnik Forum discusses LNG terminal between Poland and Croatia

Connecting the LNG terminal in Poland with one planned on the island of Krk in Croatia is one of the specific projects 12 EU countries located in the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea (BABS) region want to implement in order to boost competitiveness and development, Presidents Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic of Croatia and Andrzej Duda of Poland said at the Dubrovnik Forum on Thursday.

Dubrovnik Forum adopts declaration called "The Three Seas Initiative"

Participants in the Dubrovnik Forum on Thursday adopted a declaration supporting concrete energy, transport and digital communication projects to connect Central and Eastern Europe and calling on interested parties from all over the world to join in those projects.

Croatian, Polish presidents open Dubrovnik Forum

The Adriatic, Baltic and Black Sea region is Europe's "jugular vein" and its development will require 50 billion euro worth of investments, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on Thursday while opening the Dubrovnik Forum with her Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, who underlined the importance of energy projects and said that the next forum would be held in Wroclaw in 2017.

Dubrovnik Forum to focus on strengthening Europe, connecting north and south

Strengthening cooperation between 12 countries of the Adriatic-Baltic-Black Sea Initiative will be the focus of the Dubrovnik Forum, "Strengthening Europe: Connecting North and South“, on Thursday and Friday.