Germany and the Three Seas Initiative

Tomasz Żornaczuk
Content Type
Special Report
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
This year, Germany participated for the second time in a Three Seas Initiative (TSI) summit as an observer. Its participation is motivated by the desire to strengthen cooperation with Central European countries and reduce divisions in the EU. It also aims to limit U.S. economic ambitions in the region, with TSI a potential key vehicle for them. Germany’s efforts to gain membership should be seen as a foreign policy goal. Its success could contribute to influencing infrastructure priorities in Central Europe, if implemented under the TSI.
Foreign Policy, Diplomacy, International Cooperation, Regional Cooperation
Political Geography
Europe, Germany, North America, Central Europe, United States of America