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Poland to take over one-year presidency of Council of the Baltic Sea States on 1 July

On 9 June, the Deputy Minister Henryka Mościcka-Dendys of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented in Warsaw the priorities of Poland’s upcoming presidency of the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS), which is set to begin on 1 July. The event was also attended by Jan Lundin, Director General of the Council’s Secretariat.

“We view the Council of the Baltic Sea States as the principal format of regional integration in the Baltic Sea region, complementing our involvement with the Visegrad Group,” said Undersecretary of State Mościcka-Dendys. She went on to thank Estonia for its fruitful 2014-15 presidency, which is coming to an end at the end of June.

Poland’s one-year presidency will pursue three priorities: sustainable development, culture as a driving force for social and economic development, and civil protection.

For more information about the Polish presidency, please go to www.baltic.mfa.gov.pl.

Deputy Minister Henryka Mościcka-Dendys & Jan Lundin, Director General of the Council of the Baltic Sea States

 
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