The Three Seas Initiative Summit, as a joint project launched by Croatia and Poland, has begun in Warsaw on the 6th of July 2017.
The Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is the co-host of this year’s event held in the Polish capital entitled ‘’Connectivity, Commerciality, Complementarity’’.
The ''Three Seas Initiative” gathers the EU member countries of Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovenia, Austria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Romania and Slovakia. The initiative is a declaration adopted by these twelve European countries in order to establish an informal platform for strengthening political ties and facilitate cross-border cooperation and implementation of macro-regional projects in the region BABS: Baltic – Adriatic – Black Sea.
On this occasion, the Croatian President posted a photo on Twitter of her welcoming the US President Donald Trump. She also noted that it was a ‘’beginning of the Three Seas Initiative Summit in Warsaw with a special guest’’.