8th term of the Croatian Parliament (28 December 2015 - 14 October 2016)
Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the South-East European Cooperation Process
About permanent delegation
The Parliamentary Assembly of the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) was formally set up at the session of Speakers of Parliaments of the SEECP participating states in Bucharest in 2014.
The SEECP Parliamentary Assembly was established in accordance with the Charter on Good Neighbourly Relations, Stability, Security and Cooperation in South-East Europe (Bucharest, 2000), the Memorandum of Understanding for Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation in SEE (Sofia, 2008) and the Final Declarations of the Conferences of the Speakers of Parliaments of the SEECP participating states.
The SEECP Parliamentary Assembly meets once a year for the regular plenary session. Each parliamentary delegation has a single vote. According to the SEECP PA Rules of Procedure, the delegations of the parliaments are headed by the speakers of the parliament/parliamentary chamber.
The SEECP participating states are: Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Moldova and Kosovo*, the latter joining SEECP in 2014.
*This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.