The plan for defining “Green corridors” along the European road network was proposed by the Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications.
Romania’s wheat export ban triggers supply chain concerns in Asia/Middle East
The ban announced April 10, which aims to protect Romania’s domestic market amid a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, took effect immediately and will last at least until mid-May, according to media reports.
Gender equality in shipping and maritime law – Croatian correction of course ahead
Croatia has a very strong tradition both in shipping, as well as in maritime law education, where this highly specialized field of law is taught as a separate subject on all four legal faculties in the country.
Deputy Minister F.A. Maciej Lang attends a meeting of National Coordinators of 17+1 Format held in Beijing
The participants agreed to have the 17+1 Midterm Cooperation Agenda for 2020-2025 adopted during the meeting of 17+1 leaders in 2020.
Polish – Romanian intergovernmental consultations in Bucharest
The intergovermental consultations in Bucharest highlighted the activity at the regional cooperation formats, including the Three Seas Initiative, of which both countries are members and where they pursue their common strategic goals.
Billions of Euros for infrastructure in the Three Seas countries
The Three Seas Fund will be one of the main pillars for financing key infrastructure projects in the region, from the Baltic to the Black Sea and the Adriatic.
China fishing vessel safety workshop looks towards treaty ratification
Participants discussed China’s potential ratification and implementation of fisheries-related conventions aimed at improving safety standards on fishing vessels.
The visit of the People’s Republic of China’s foreign minister to Warsaw
On July the 8th, 2019, ministers f.a. of both countries chaired the II meeting of the Polish-Chinese Intergovernmental Committee. Both sides welcomed the activities of the Coordinating Secretariat for Maritime Issues of Central and Eastern Europe and China.
The EU Connectivity Agenda for the Western Balkans has been released
At the Poznań Summit on the Western Balkans, the EU confirmed its commitment to strengthen cooperation with the region with a set of concrete measures focusing on five key areas: transport and energy, digital, economy, security and good neighbourly relations.