The session will take place at Kempinski Hotel Grand Hermitage in Varna (on Black Sea). Over 140 MPs, observers and guests will participate in it, reports BTA.
PABSEC session will focus on the activation of the relations between the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC) and the European Union and on the deepening of the relationship
between PABSEC and the European Parliament.
The forum will be officially unveiled on June 13. PABSEC President and Bulgarian National Assembly Chairman Georgi Pirinski will address the participants. Addresses by Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov and BSEC Chairman and Foreign Minister of Turkey Abdullah Gul will also be read.
The topic of the first session is BSEC and the European Union: New Euro - Black Sea Partnership.
During the first day the participants will get acquainted with the PABSEC report on its activity and will approve the protocol of the previous session, which took place in Baku, Azerbaijan, on November 21-23, 2006.
PABSEC statements regarding BSEC 15th anniversary and the energy problem of the Southeast European countries will adopted.
During the first day, the participants will discuss issues related to economy, trade, technology and environment.
Legal and political issues, culture, educational and social problems, as well as some financial topics, will be on the agenda on June 14. On the same day, four vice presidents of PABSEC will be elected and the date and the venue of the autumn session will be specified.
At the session end, Pirinski will pass the PABSEC Presidency to Georgia's Parliament Chair Nino Burjanadze.
Two memoranda will be adopted during the PABSEC session, Emilian Apostolov, Secretary of the Bulgarian delegation to PABSEC told BTA.
The memorandum for the development of the Black Sea motorway along the whole Black Sea coast and the memorandum on marine motorways in the region of BSEC are the first big economic projects, which the organization will implement, Apostolov said.
The projects will be adopted in the context of the new EU strategy for the Black Sea region entitled Black Sea Synergy, Apostolov added.