The Three Seas comprises 12 EU countries and 114 million of citizens dwelling upon the territory accounting for over 28 % of the EU, and generating GDP worth USD 1.6 trillion. The ever-changing global security architecture renders the region increasingly vital for actors as varied as the U.S., Great Britain, China or Russia.
Upgrading the Three Seas Initiative by strengthening the digital component, that exists next to transportation and energy components and adding cybersecurity dimension may have geopolitical and geoeconomic consequences far beyond the CEE borders and is a necessary step to take.
Development of digital infrastructure in the face of 5G era, joint investments in technologies such as IoT, blockchain and AI, deepen strategic and tactical cooperation to tackle cyberthreats and disinformation are in the core areas of the Digital 3 Seas Initiative.
To discover more, download the Kosciuszko Institute’s newest Policy Brief – the study of building digital cooperation in Central and Eastern Europe.
Download the final report – Digital 3 Seas Roadmap – The Digital 3 Seas Initiative – Mapping the challenges to overcome
Public task co-financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland under the competition „Support for the civil and municipal dimension of Poland’s foreign policy 2018”.
* support encompases activities performed between 1st June – 30th November 2018 related to creation and promotion of the Digital 3 Seas Roadmap.
PARTNERS OF THE DIGITAL 3 SEAS INITIATIVE: