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Margrethe Vestager: To shape Europe’s digital future, we need digital infrastructures and technologies that serve a purpose and work for us all
Margrethe Vestager will be attending the Three Seas Business Forum in October to discuss the digital future of the Three Seas region.
EU Commissioner for Energy: With this summit, we can look at energy policy and economic recovery from a regional perspective
We are glad to announce the participation of  EU Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson in the Three Seas Business Forum. 
Estonian Foreign Minister: For us, the success of the Tallinn summit is about generating and agreeing upon the practical deliverables
Statement by Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu at the Three Seas Foreign Ministers' meeting focusing on practical deliverables of the Tallinn summit held in autumn.
The first Three Seas foreign ministers meeting was an important step for advancing the initiative
Yesterday was held the first video meeting of the foreign ministers of the Three Seas region. The meeting, initiated by Estonia, discussed the inclusion of the governments of participating states in meeting the objectives of the cooperation platform.
President of Romania: We should continue to look to the future through pragmatic lenses and spare no effort to enhance our connectivity hand in hand with our resilience
The President of Romania, Klaus Werner Iohannis, brings out that in the current global context the Three Seas Initiative could play an important role in dealing with the post pandemic recovery.
President of Poland: Three Seas Initiative can become a vehicle of idea-driven recovery from COVID-19 crisis
The President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, stresses that the Three Seas has the potential to drive recovery in the EU and to attract investments to lift our economies from crisis.
President of Bulgaria: The summit in Tallinn has a vital mission to further advance the implementation of our common vision
The President of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev, reiterates his dedication and readiness to fully support the spirit and goals of the Three Seas. 
President of Latvia: The outcome of this Initiative will be a strong backbone for our economies
The President of Latvia, Egils Levits, sees the Three Seas Initiative as an instrument that continues the crucial work of reducing disparities within the EU and facilitating cohesion. 
President of Slovenia: The Three Seas Initiative is of key importance for economic development, European cohesion and transatlantic ties
The Three Seas Summit and Business Forum took place in Slovenia last year and was hosted by the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor. We are glad to present his thoughts on the importance of Three Seas.
Hungary also to join Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund
Hungary announced the decision to join the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund along with Poland, Romania, Estonia and Latvia. 
Latvia to join Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund
The Cabinet of Ministers endorsed the involvement of ALTUM,  a state-owned development finance institution,  in the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund.
Estonia becomes the third country to join the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund
Today the Estonian government confirmed the decision to join the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund, which would create more possibilities to fund ambitious infrastructure projects in the energy, transport and digital sectors in Central and Eastern Europe. Poland and Romania have already joined the fund and several countries are currently considering becoming members.
Damon Wilson: "Three Seas region is probably undervalued."
Damon Wilson, an American foreign policy advisor and the current Executive Vice President at the Atlantic Council, shares his thoughts on how the Three Seas is transforming from an idea into action.
Secretariat of the Three Seas created
The Technical Secretariat of the Three Seas was created in Estonia to ensure the smooth organization of the next summit and business forum, and the general coordination of the Three Seas Initiative.
The Three Seas summit and business forum is rescheduled to 19 & 20 October
The Three Seas summit and business forum which was due to take place in Estonia in June has been rescheduled due to the spread of coronavirus. The event will now be held in Tallinn on 19 & 20 October 2020. The summit and forum will bring heads of state, leading business figures and senior officials from Europe and the United States to Estonia to discuss Central and Eastern European economies and energy security.
President Kaljulaid discusses with US National Security Adviser cooperation between the two states
President Kersti Kaljulaid, who is on a working visit to the United States of America this week, met late last night at the White House with US National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien and discussed security-related cooperation between Estonia and the USA and the geopolitical context of the Three Seas Initiative.
Amber Infrastructure Group Appointed Exclusive Adviser to the Three Seas Fund
Amber Infrastructure Group (‘Amber’) announces its appointment as the exclusive investment adviser to the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund S.A. SICAV-RAIF (‘3SIIF’), a dedicated commercial fund targeting infrastructure investment in Central and Eastern Europe (‘CEE’).
President Kaljulaid meets with the US Secretary of the Treasury and the Managing Director of the IMF
Yesterday, in the course of her working visit to the United States of America, President Kersti Kaljulaid met in Washington with US Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva.
President Kaljulaid in Munich: Estonia aims to make the Three Seas Initiative more practical
"Estonia aims to bring more practical aspects to the table during this summer's Three Seas Summit," President Kersti Kaljulaid said during the Three Seas Initiative roundtable at the Munich Security Conference.