The CTIF Working Group for Nordic & Baltic Countries held their first official meeting
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On November 2, 2023, the first meeting within the new working group for the region of the Nordic countries and Balticum took place online.
This first online meeting was a "meet-and-greet" for the members to get to know each other, share information from their countries and learn about each other's concerns and wishes for future cooperation between the countries in the region.
15 delegates from 6 countries were present. The organizations present were those acting as the CTIF National Committees in each country, or connected to these national committees as members.
The meeting was a mix of 8 female and 7 male delegates.
The online meeting was a preliminary to the first physical meeting which will take place in Denmark early in the new year of 2024.
The online meeting was chaired by CTIF vice president Taina Hanhikoski, Finland.
The following countries were represented in the online meeting:
(Latvia - Absent from meeting)