10 Years Southeast European Cooperative Initiative: From by Erhard Busek

By Erhard Busek

The Southeast eu Cooperative Initiative (SECI) was once the 1st foreign software for "peace holding and peace making". SECI understood that the international locations of South East Europe shared many mutual issues. SECI was once a prelude to the steadiness Pact for South jap Europe, introduced in 1999. This compendium of files, agreements, analyses and essays offers a glimpse into decision-making methods and effects completed.

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One of the European ambassadors present said that in some other forum it might have taken about three months to get the job done and we got it done in two-and-a-half hours. So that really was very, very positive. There were disagreements about text, and it was amazing how we finally were able to work it all out, right then and there, within a matter of hours. I also believe that everyone there from the participating states was impressed by the presentations made by the staff of the Economic Commission for Europe.

The point here being that the ECE has, for some time, engaged in a good deal of work that is highly relevant to the mission that SECI tries to undertake. That work was done extremely well by the ECE staff but SECI Press Conference 39 did not have, as Mr. Berthelot, with whom I discussed this at the outset, explained, did not have the political push necessary to translate a good idea from paper into something acted on. We hope that we have essentially “married” the ECE, pretty much as it exists and applies itself to the countries of this region, to an instrument that can give it the “political push”, to use Mr.

SECI will not seek to implement projects, but will act as a catalyst to bring together countries of the region, lending institutional and technical agencies. The working groups would thus facilitate decision making and encourage the engagement of the private sector in the regional economy. 54 The first six priorities Experts from the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe developed twelve projects, which were discussed at the first SECI Agenda Committee meeting on January 29, 1997 in Geneva.

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