Authors: Panagiota Manoli and Stelios Stavridis
This Policy Brief looks into the prospects of a parliamentary dimension that would complement the Black Sea Synergy which is a newly formed policy of the European Union (EU) targeting the so-called wider Black Sea region. Though several expressions of Europe’s Eastern parliamentary dimension are presented, the paper examines in particular ways and means of a closer interaction between the European Parliament (EP) on the one hand, and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) on the other hand, the latter being the only institutionalised parliamentary body in the wider Black Sea region.
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