Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe
Pacte de stabilité pour l'Europe du Sud-Est
Stabilitätspakt für Südosteuropa
1999-06-10 Cologne Germany
10 Jun 1999, Cologne (Germany), when founding document adopted by over 40 partner countries and organizations, on the initiative of F-XF2147 - European Union (EU). Pact solemnly sealed at summit meeting, 30 Jul 1999, Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina). Activities taken over by F-XM3681 - Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), Mar 2008.
As a political declaration of commitment and a framework agreement on international cooperation to develop a shared strategy for peace, stability and economic development in South Eastern Europe: enable the international community to replace the previous, reactive crisis intervention policy in South Eastern Europe with a comprehensive, long-term conflict prevention strategy; achieve stability in the whole region by strengthening countries of South Eastern Europe in their efforts to foster peace, democracy, respect for human rights and economic prosperity; use experience and lessons from world-wide international crisis management in conflict prevention and peace building in a self-sustaining process of peace, through creation of a secure environment, promotion of sustainable democratic systems and promotion of economic and social well-being; assure Euro-Atlantic integration to all countries in the region.
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Not an international organization. Special Coordinator, with headquarters and office in Brussels (Belgium), brings participants' political strategies in line with one another and coordinates existing and new initiatives in the region. Regional Table (Highest decision-making body), chaired by Special Coordinator. Working Tables (3).
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