Southeast European Cooperative Initiative

Southeast European Cooperative Initiative

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The Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) is an international organization aimed to combat and improve coordination against transborder crime in Southeast Europe. It is based in Bucharest, Romania, with headquarters in the Palace of the Parliament. It was launched in 1995.


*Member states:
**flagcountry|Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Observer European states:
**flagcountry|United Kingdom
*Observer states outside Europe:
**flagcountry|United States
*Observer International Organizations:
**International Organization for Migration (IOM)
**European Institute for Law Enforcement Cooperation (EULEC)
**International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
**United Nations Mission to Kosovo (UNMIK)

See also

* Stability Pact for Southeastern Europe (SP for SEE)
* Southeast European Cooperation Process (SEECP)
* Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA)
* Central European Initiative (CEI)
* Black Sea Economic Co-operation (BSEC)

External links

* [ Official site]
* [ SECI Network]

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