Romanian Institute for Europe-Asia Studies (IRSEA) Granted Observer Status in the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission (EuroMeSCo)

Romanian Institute for Europe-Asia Studies (IRSEA) Granted Observer Status in the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission (EuroMeSCo)

On December 17, 2021, the Romanian Institute for Europe-Asia Studies (IRSEA) has been welcomed as an observer of the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission (EuroMeSCo), following the Institute’s application based on its activity, outreach and research results.

Following IRSEA’s acceptance as a member of EuroMeSCo, H.E. Ambassador (p) Gheorghe Savuica, President and Founder of IRSEA, addressed a letter to H.E. Ambassador Senen Florensa, President of the EuroMeSCo General Assembly, thanking for the Institute’s official acceptance, commending EuroMeSCo's fruitful activity and manifesting IRSEA’s sincere will to positively engage in EuroMeSCo’s projects.

Established in 1996, following the Barcelona Declaration – an Agreement between European Union Member States and certain Mediterranean Countries – the network is driven by its core missions: Research, Dialogue and Advocacy. It currently comprises 115 institutes from 30 European and Southern Mediterranean countries and represents the main network of research centres and think tanks in the Euro-Mediterranean area.

The Romanian Institute for Europe-Asia Studies is the first Romanian think-tank to have become actively involved and established official rapport with the Euro-Mediterranean Study Commission.