Council of the Baltic Sea StatesBuilding collaboration and trust
The Council of the Baltic Sea States is an intergovernmental political forum for regional cooperation. Consisting of 10 Member States and the European Union, it supports a regional perspective on global challenges.
To foster a Baltic Sea Region identity and intensify contacts supporting its further development.
Safe & Secure Region
To enhance societal security and safety in the Baltic Sea Region.
Sustainable & Prosperous Region
To develop the Baltic Sea Region as a model region of sustainable societies.
Updates from CBSS
Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, one of the founding fathers of the Council of the Baltic Sea States and a former Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, has passed away on Sunday, 19 June 2022.
On 8 June 2022 in Oslo, the Norwegian Presidency and the CBSS Expert Group on Children at Risk organised a conference on resilient and inclusive child protection systems in the Baltic Sea Region.
The Directors General of the civil protection agencies of the member states of Council of the Baltic Sea States agreed to further strengthen cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region.
Scientific excellence among youth will be recognised at the Baltic Sea Science Day and Award For Young Scientists 2022
Baltic Sea Science Day and Award For Young Scientists 2022 will be held online on 16 June 2022, 10:00-13:30 EET.
A call for applications to participate in the CBSS Summer University on “Strategic Narratives of Balticness” is now open. Students of all ranks who are interested in how identity in the Baltic Sea Region can be comprehended are welcome to apply.