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Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference

The Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference (BSPC) brings together parliamentarians from national and regional parliaments and parliamentary organisations around the Baltic Sea. It holds an annual general assembly.

The BSPC Standing Committee (BSPC SC) is the body responsible for defining the political priorities and strategies of the BSPC and for preparing the annual meetings. The SC meets on average four times a year.

The European Parliament is a member of the BSPC and the Chair of the DEEA delegation is the EP representative at the BSPC SC.

For more information on the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference and all BSPC events, please visit their website: http://www.bspc.net/

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The DEEA page only contains information about the BSPC events with the EP representation or events hosted by the EP.

BSPC Standing Committee meeting, 2 March 2020, Brussels

BSPC Standing Committee - Family photo
BSPC Standing Committee meeting, European Parliament, Brussels, 2 March 2020 © European Union 2020 – EP/Benoit BOURGEOIS
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BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020 - D-EEA Chair, MEP Schwab, adresses the participants
BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020 © European Union 2020 – EP/Benoit BOURGEOIS
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Participants of the BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020
BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020 © European Union 2020 – EP/Benoit BOURGEOIS
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Participants of the BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020
BSPC Standing Committee meeting, Brussels, 2 March 2020 © European Union 2020 – EP/Benoit BOURGEOIS
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Traditionally, the first meeting of the year of the Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference Standing Committee (BSPC SC) was held at the European Parliament.

The meeting took place in Brussels on 2 March 2020 and was hosted by Mr Andreas SCHWAB, Chair of the DEEA .

The meeting focused on a constructive and positive exchange of views on the BSPC activities with the participation of 14 MPs from national and regional parliaments, as well as regional inter-parliamentary organizations, MEPs and guests from other EU institutions.

Among other things, participants discussed preparations for the 29th Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference scheduled on 22-25 August 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania.







Previous meetings

A summary of inter-parliamentary meetings held during the European Parliament's 8th term (2014-2019) can be found in the delegation's archives.