Conclusions of the Ministerial conference at Bled on 29
August 2012 and Final Conclusions of the SEETAC
The Final Conference of the SEETAC project took place while the
revision of the TEN-T guidelines and the establishment of a new
financing mechanism (CEF) are under discussion in the European
Parliament and the Council.
In this context, the SEETAC partners:
- Advocate the need to reconsider the SEE as a
key element of the EU transport system, acting as a bridge between
Europe, Black Sea, Turkey and further to Middle and Far East. All
Western Balkan countries are either candidates or potential
candidates for EU membership. To reach this goal, they have to
fulfill all the criteria and conditions required for membership.
Regional cooperation is one of the preconditions for their
successful integration into the European Union and is therefore
also an essential component of the Stabilization and Association
The South East European Transport Axis Cooperation - SEETAC
project was funded under the South East Europe Programme.
The Project area is an important transit one within the European
Transport Network and an essential region to link Europe with the