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Bulgarian Chairmanship-in-Office in BSEC: Sea of Opportunities

Bulgarian Chairmanship-in-Office in BSEC: Sea of Opportunities

Bulgarian Chairmanship-in-Office in BSEC: sea of opportunities
BSEC-URTA Deputy Secretary General Mr. Alpdoğan Kahraman took part in the Coordination Meeting for the presentation of the priorities and the calendar of events of Bulgarian BSEC Chairmanship-in-Office, held on 22 January 2019 in BSEC Headquarters in Istanbul.

It was chaired by H.E. Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria Ms. Emilia Kraleva. She presented the attendees the Priorities of Bulgarian Chairmanship-in-Office in BSEC united under the motto “Sea of Opportunities” and Calendar of forthcoming events.

Among planned transport related ones are Steering Committee on the Development of the Black Sea Ring Highway BSRH back-to-back with Ad Hoc Working Group on Development of the Motorways of the Sea in the BSEC Region (25-26 March 2019, BSEC HQ, Istanbul), Task Force on Intermodal Transportation (May 2019, Sofia). Click here for comprehensive Calendar.

Bulgarian Cairmanship-in-Office lasts 1 January 2019 - 30 June 2019.

 


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