• The Finnish Commitee For European Security

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The Kick off Seminar took place at the Auditorium of the Parliament House. You can find following speeches attached on pdf:              Euregio Karelia as a model? Regional Development Manager Sisko Kaarto, Regional Council of                   Northern Karelia              Imatra-Svetogorsk MP, STETE’s chair Sinikka Hurskainen Models for cross-border co-operation ‘Kick-off seminar […]


The Nordic Forum for Security Policy 2012: Empowering the Nordic-Baltic Relations – Challenges of the 21st Century In May 2012, the Nordic Forum for Security Policy came be back to Vilnius, Lithuania for the second time in its history. Due to Lithuania’s status as an EU Member State as well as a Baltic Sea State, […]


Nordic Forum for Security Policy 2014: Cooperation and Common Challenges in the Arctic Tromsø, November 2014 The Nordic Forum 2014 will concentrate in the topics of cooperation and common challenges in the Arctic region and it will be held in the arctic capital, the city of Tromsø. An impressive amount of know-how and important actors and […]

PSKOV 2006

Models for Cross-Border Co-operation – Focus on the Pskov Region, Pskov 19.-20.5.2006 19.-20.5.2006 STETE organised a broad-based discussion forum in Pskov in-co-operation with the local partners (NGO  Pskov & CIRP, St. Petersburg). The conference in Pskov continued the conference series organised by the Nordic Forum around the Baltic Sea Rim. The purpose of the conference was […]


In Seach of Dynamic Baltic Sea Region – The Role of Baltic Sea Strategy, Northern Dimension and Russia The next Nordic Forum for Security Policy “Freedom, Security and Justice – Common Interests in the Baltic Sea Region” will be held in St. Petersburg in April 2010. The kick-off seminar for the event took place at the […]


Freedom, Security and Justice – Common Interests in the Baltic Sea Region, St.Petersburg 26.-28.4.2010 Eight EU countries – Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden – now share the 8,000 kilometres of Baltic Sea coastline with Russia. Home to nearly 100 million people, the Baltic Sea region encompasses some of the wealthiest, but […]