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South East Europe Transport Observatory (SEETO) is regional transport organization established by the Memorandum of Understanding for the development of the Core Regional Transport Network (MoU) signed on June 11th, 2004 by the Governments of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia and the United Nations Mission in Kosovo and the European Commission. The aim of the SEETO is to promote cooperation on the development of the main and ancillary infrastructure on the multimodal Indicative Extension of TEN-T Comprehensive Network to the Western Balkans and to enhance local capacity for the implementation of investment programmes as well as data collection and analysis on the Indicative Extension of TEN-T Comprehensive Network to the Western Balkans. The main objectives of the SEETO cooperation:
  • Develop the  Indicative Extension of TEN-T Comprehensive Network to the Western Balkans;
  • Improve and harmonise regional transport policies and technical standards for the  Indicative Extension of TEN-T Comprehensive Network to the Western Balkans development;
  • Maintain an effective coordination and communication network; and
  • Integrate the Indicative Extension of TEN-T Comprehensive Network to the Western Balkans in the framework of the wider Trans European Network.

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SEETO Secretariat – Participated in International Rail Conference, Pristina

Meeting with Minister Zharku and Head of EU Cooperation Luigi Brusa 15th – 16th September, Pristina, SEETO General Manager Mr. Dejan Lasica and Mr. Albert Kolgeci, SEETO Coordinator and Project Communication Officer, participated at the International Rail Conference, organised by the Ministry of Infrastructure and TrainKOS in Pristina. The international Conference gathered participants from EU…

EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2016

The EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK campaign is the perfect opportunity to present sustainable mobility alternatives to citizens, to explain the challenges that cities and towns are facing in order to induce behavioral change and make progress towards creating a more sustainable transport strategy for Europe Since 2002 EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK has sought to influence mobility and urban transport issues, as…

EU Transport Commissioner visited SEETO Secretariat

EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc with the EU delegation, including Mr. Alain Baron from DG MOVE who is also a SEETO Co-chairman, paid an unofficial visit to the SEETO Secretariat in Belgrade. The EU Commissioner was greeted and welcomed by Mr. Dejan Lasica – SEETO General Manager, SEETO Steering Committee Chair lady Ms Tatjana Jovanovic…