From 6 to 7 March 2017 in Stockholm (Sweden) took place the Congress Baltic Sea Future - innovation, vision and leadership for a sustainable Baltic Sea region
The event was attended by about 1000 experts from Sweden, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Belarus was represented at the Congress by Dr. Valery Hancharou, Director of The Centre of System Analysis and Strategic Research of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and Dr. Alexander Uspenskiy, Director of RCTT.
The visit of Belarus delegation was organized by RCTT in the frame of The Swedish Institute project of the Thematic Partnerships in the Baltic Sea region program - "Innovation - Creativity - Equality" (ICE)
The Congress program and main presentations can be found here
In the framework of the Congress, the partners of the ICE project discussed the prospects for participating in joint projects related to the challenges faced by the countries of the Baltic Sea Region and possible sources of financing for future cooperation.