Project duration: 2018 – 2020

Client: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Poland

Project coordinator: Kosciuszko Institute, Krakow, Poland

Project partners: 

Leader of the IRMO team: Krševan Antun Dujmović, M. Sc.

The main objectives of ‘’3 Seas Digital Highway” project are:

  • Joint of cross-border cyber resilient digital infrastructure projects (the 3 Seas Digital Highway) that enable better and more secure data transfer from North to South of the region and bridge the gaps in the communication infrastructure, including fibre optics and 5G technology infrastructure;
  • Provision of potential to grow for the data economy.

The Three Seas comprises 12 EU countries and 114 million of citizens dwelling upon the territory accounting for over 28 percent of the EU. The ever-changing global security architecture renders the region increasingly vital for actors as varied as the U.S., Great Britain, China or Russia.

‘’3 Seas Digital Highway” project was included in the Three Seas Initiative list of priority interconnection projects at the Three Seas Summit in Bucharest on 17th September 2018.

The project was officially proposed to the list by Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs and Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland, and supported also by Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology of Poland.

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