Baltic Assembly (BA)

Assemblée balte
Balti Assamblee
Baltijas Asambleja
Baltijos Asambleja

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Contact Details

URL: http://www.baltasam.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BalticAssembly
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AssemblyBaltic
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balticassembly/

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Founded

1991-11-08 Tallinn Estonia

History

Founded based on Joint Decision adopted by members of Supreme Councils of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Vilnius (Lithuania), 1 Dec 1990. Agreement on Parliamentary and Intergovernmental Cooperation of the Baltic States signed in Tallinn (Estonia), 13 June 1994, specifying responsibilities of the Baltic Assembly and those of the D-XD5517 - Baltic Council of Ministers (BCM), as well as the cooperation format between the BA and F-XF2714 - Baltic Council. Statutes most recently adopted 10 Nov 2017, Riga (Latvia).

Aims

Coordinate cooperation between the national parliaments of the Baltic states; discuss issues and various projects which are of mutual interest to the members of the national delegations and the member states; adopt decisions in compliance with the principles of equality, mutual benefit and unanimity; and develop cooperation with other regional, international, and inter-parliamentary organisations.

Events

2021-11-04 | Vilnius, Lithuania – Session

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Activities

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Structure

Sessions (annual). Baltic Assembly, composed of 12 to 16 parliamentarians appointed by parliament of each of the Baltic States. Presidium, composed of Chairperson of each national delegation and a deputy appointed by the parliament of the respective state. Committees of the Baltic Assembly (6): Economics, Energy and Innovation; Education, Science and Culture; Health, Welfare and Family; Natural Resources and Environment; Security and Defence; Budget and Audit. Secretariat.

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Subjects *

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

XF3174

Last News

2021

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