At the event in Athens, Turkey was represented by the Ambassador of Athens, Burak Özoğirgin.
4. He participated in the opening ceremony of the Balkans and Black Sea Forum (BBSF 2022) and shared his thoughts on energy and climate change in the region, said Ambassador Özoğrgen.
“4. In the Balkans and the Black Sea Forum”, topics titled “Eurasia Association after 2022: High-Risk Areas for Security, Trade and Investments” were discussed.
The forum was attended by Turkish ambassadors in Athens Burak Ozogren, Egyptian Ambassador Omar Amer Youssef, Director of the General Secretariat of the Energy and Mineral Raw Materials Office of the Greek Ministry of Energy, Dimitrios Kardomatis, and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economic Affairs at the US Embassy in Athens, Eric Holmgren.
He stated that this year’s Balkans and Black Sea Forum will focus on Eurasian relations after 2022 as a high-risk region for security, trade and investment, with the aim of paving the way for an honest, consistent and constructive dialogue that is needed more than ever.
It was observed that the disastrous consequences of the developments taking place in Eastern Europe had led to a new and dangerous destabilizing situation.
The speakers stated that BBSF is an independent financial platform for prominent businessmen and politicians committed to promoting stability, growth and cooperation in the Balkan and Black Sea regions.
He mentioned that distinguished speakers from the public and private sectors attended the event, which was held in Athens this year. It was noted that the participants exchanged views on identifying opportunities for bilateral and multilateral cooperation and identifying new ways to enhance security and sustainable development.
He stated that international organizations such as UN Women, EAAS, BSEC, RCC, European Banking Federation, IENE, ELIAMEP and Clingendael Institute also attended the meeting.
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