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Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum 2019
4 - 6 Dec 2019
Bron: Balkans & Black Sea Coorporation Forum
Introduction

This conference is organized by the Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum, the Clingendael Institute is a programming partner with Frans-Paul van der Putten moderating and speaking. See the official site for the speakers and programme. Registration will be open as of mid-September 2019. Details on the venues will follow soon. 

The Eurasian Nexus post 2020 

The Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum is an independent economic conference and pivotal hub for leading business- & policy makers committed to improving stability, growth and cooperation across Central-SouthEastern Europe. World class influencers and hi-level audience from international & regional businesses and administration are identifying trends, exploring business opportunities, reviewing challenges and policy options and assessing implications for the near-future safety, sustainable development and cross-sectoral cooperation. Its international outlook, leading audience, substantial content, networking opportunities, cross-sectoral agenda and vigorous dialogues brought it considered the foremost event in Eurasia/CEE/SEE regions.

The theme of the conference this year will be: "The Eurasian Nexus post 2020". An interdisciplinary programme will link the fields of geopolitics (energy supply & security, peace & stability), economy (connectivity & infrastructures, finance & Investments, banking Industry, Greece post 2020) and social cohesion (European Union 2020-2025, digital challenges & IoT 4.0, human capital & social welfare).

Clingendael speaker and moderator: Frans-Paul van der Putten

Frans-Paul van der Putten, Senior Research Fellow and Coordinator Clingendael China Centre, will be speaking and moderating. 

Read the full programme.

Registration

Registration will be open as of mid-September 2019

Watch Frans-Paul speak at the Great China Debate (in Dutch) in September: