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 11 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
This year, the Expert Group will concentrate on supporting the transition of the Baltic Sea Region towards a low carbon economy focusing on sustainable and green transformations…
Press release: Lithuania takes over the Presidency of the CBSS: Sustainability, Security and a New Vision for the Baltic Sea Region
Today, Lithuania takes over the CBSS annual rotating Presidency from Denmark. The Danish Presidency concluded with the adoption of the Bornholm Declaration at the CBSS…
“The CBSS was established with an aim of fostering integration of the Baltic Sea region. Our first step was a success. The regional cooperation among…
Due to Covid-19, the Baltic Sea Youth Camp 2020 had to move from a physical event, planned back to back with the EU Strategy for…
The Baltic Sea Youth Camp was supposed to take place in Turku, Finland, in June, but has moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City of Turku and the Council of the Baltic Sea States are co-organising this year’s Annual EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) Forum in collaboration with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.