NALED took part in the 50th General Assembly of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR), which was held in Crete, 27-28. October. This continued cooperation with the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR), which brings together more than 150 regions from 24 countries within the European Union and beyond, with the aim of further improving the conditions for the business environment in the Balkans and the wider region.
At the panel that brought together relevant actors from the Adriatic-Ionian region, Ana Ilic, Good Governance Director at NALED, presented the platform "Partnership for a competitive region" (CORE Partnership), which represents the upgrade of the regional Business Friendly Environment Network in Southeastern Europe (BFC SEE). The needs of faster economic development, better cooperation and stronger connections in the region were emphasized, in order to exchange best practice examples, knowledge and experiences. A review was also made of the CORE Days 2022 conference, which was held ten days earlier in Dubrovnik, where partner organizations from Albania and Kosovo* joined the members of the BFC Network. On that occasion, it was announced that the new partnership will enable the first regional report to be published as early as 2023, which will accurately measure economic and political stability and rank the region's economies according to quality of life and business conditions (corepartnership.org).
In this context, the possibility and importance of future cooperation with the regions of the EU member states, with the support of the General Secretariat of the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR), was particularly pointed out.
In late June, CPMR and NALED signed a Memorandum of Cooperation in Brussels, with a focus on territorial development, social and economic connectivity, energy and the environment, tourism, cultural and creative industries, science and technology.
The Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) brings together more than 150 regions from 24 countries within the European Union and beyond. Using its wide network of contacts within EU institutions and national governments, the CPMR has, since its establishment, directed its activities so that the needs and interests of its member regions are taken into account in policies with a high territorial impact. The priority areas he deals with are social, economic and territorial cohesion, maritime policy and blue growth, energy and climate change, neighborhood policy, European governance.
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