South-Eastern Europe

The past decades of war, conflict and transition has left the South-East European region, covering Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo (territory under UN resolution 1244), Montenegro, Romania and Serbia, with a legacy of inadequate growth, declining living standards and high environmental stress.

The region is mainly affected by heavy industrial pollution from the mining sector, intensive agriculture with yet uncalculated health impacts, a lack of water technology and infrastructure and the arising of unexpected risks induced by climate change. In addition, use and management of shared natural resources such as transboundary lakes and rivers, mountain forest complexes as well as biodiversity, as in the Dinaric Arc and Carpathian mountains, are key challenges for cooperation.

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