Regional Cooperation Council
EENI - Business School.
Subject (Course): The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) -
South-east Europe Atlantic. Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC).
- The former Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe.
- Functions and Organisation of the Council
- Economic and Social Development.
- South-east Europe Transport Observatory.
- South-East European Cooperation Process.
The objectives of the subject “The Regional Cooperation Council” are:
- To understand the aims and functions of the Regional
- To assess the areas and cooperation processes (transport, economic, and social development) in South-east Europe
Sample of the subject - Regional Cooperation Council (RCC):
Subject Description: Regional Cooperation Council (RCC):
- The objective of the Regional Cooperation Council is to promote economic cooperation in the region.
- The Regional Cooperation Council is the successor of the Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe.
- The Regional Cooperation Council focuses on promotion and enhancement of regional cooperation in South-east Europe and encourage the European and Euro-Atlantic integration of economy and international trade.
- The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) identifies that the consolidation of successful market economies supported by social systems represents a kingpin of development in
- The Regional Cooperation Council encourage Central
Europea Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) and will continue
to supply assistance.
|Members of the Regional Cooperation Council:|
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Council of Europe
Council of Europe Development Bank
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
European Investment Bank
The European Union
Federal Republic of Germany
The International Organisation for Migration
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
The Organisation for Security and cooperation in Europe
The South-east European Co-operative Initiative
The United Kingdom
The United Nations
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
The United States of America
The World Bank